Category Archives: Math Job Retraining

Peano Axioms structure retraining as math teacher

The Peano Axioms are a good path to retrain math professionals into math teachers.  This is because they start at the beginning of counting and go through proving the arithmetic laws such as associativity of addition. The Peano Axioms teach … Continue reading

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Experience Unlimited for Job Seekers Peano Axioms Math teaching

This continues from the last article on this blog. There is a support group for long term unemployed in California for people with math skills and experience.  It is called Experience Unlimited for Job Seekers. http://www.edd.ca.gov/jobs_and_training/experience_unlimited_for_job_seekers.htm Who should become a … Continue reading

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Learning Peano Axioms may be a way to get a teaching or tutoring job

Long term unemployed include some teachers and many engineers.  Matthew O’Brien writes at the Atlantic on long-term unemployment that includes math related professions. http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2012/08/long-term-unemployment-is-much-worse-than-you-think/261279/ Some links from article: Jennifer Medina has an article on long term unemployment in California of … Continue reading

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