Real Estate Educators

Employment opportunities for real estate educators will be fair. A weak economy and higher-than-average unemployment have deterred the public from purchasing new homes and stymied business construction and commercial rentals. This has translated into a reduced demand for real estate educators and trainers. Despite these developments, educators will still be needed to teach those interested in entering the field, or give additional training to those seeking career advancement.  


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