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Job Titles for Instructional Technology

There are many different jobs that relate to the instructional technology field, not only in K12 but also post-secondary education, and in business and industry. The wide variety of positions and job titles applicable to a Masters in Instructional Technology include (but are not limited to) the following positions:

Projected Job Growth in Instructional Technology

Projected growth in the field of instructional technology is based on  the Bureau of Labor Statistics standard  job titles of Training and Development Specialists, Instructional Coordinators, and Training and Development Mangers, as well as Elementary School, Middle School and High School teachers; Education, Training and Library Workers; and Postsecondary Education Teachers. Given the wide and varied application of Instructional Technology, this is by no means a comprehensive or exhaustive list of occupational projections.

The Projections Central website [4] provided projected growth in number of jobs and percent change in Florida for the 2014-2024 period as shown in the table below. 

A second source, Careeronestop [5] sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, was also used for national projections for the same job titles.  The expected growth in these areas is higher for Florida. This is likely, in part, due to the high population growth of the state in the past five years and expected continued population growth.

Projected Job Growth in Instructional Industry
Job Title (from Careerinfonet.org) U.S. Growth 2014-2024 % Change Florida Growth 2014-2024 % Change
Instructional Coordinators 151,100 to 161,600  7%  9,760-11,330 16.1%
Training and Development Specialists 252,600 to 271,500  8%  14,440-17,280 19.7%
Training and Development Managers 32,900 to 35,200 7% 1,180-1,440 22.1%
Elementary School Teachers, Exc. Spec Ed 1,358,000 to 1,436,300 6% 69,590-79,030 13.6%
Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education 627,500 to 664,200 6% 31,170-35,420 13.6%
Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education 961,600 to 1,017,500 6% 42,830-48,690 13.7%
Educ., Training, & Library Workers other 124,000 to 133,100 7% 8,480-9,880 17.8%
Education Teachers, Postsecondary 75,700 to 82,500 9%

2,710-3,210

18.2%

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