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Our Holistic Wellness Center seeks a grounded holistic practitioner under similar arrangements as above. We're seeking all of the following positions: Attention Holistic and Medical Healthcare Clinicians. We're looking to add more practitioners to the Holistic Wellness Center. Examples include: -Licensed Massage Therapists (LMT; provided you do not need to do much with scents or flames) -Reflexolo...
Sacred Heart Academy has the following positions open: P.T. Business Teacher P. T. Chinese Teacher P. T. Computer Science Teacher F. T. Music Teacher F. T. Physics Teacher P.T. Biology All at the High School level Email resume to: mflynn@sacredheart hamden.org or fax to 203-230-9680...
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Education Career Tools

Teachers and Instructors, Other

Salaries

$19,200.00 - $85,280.00
Typical Salary for Teachers and Instructors, Other in Connecticut
(571 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

Master's
35.5%
Bachelor's
34.8%
Some College Coursework Completed
10.8%
Associates
6.7%
Doctorate
4.9%
High School
4.1%
(465 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

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