What makes Child Care the Best Career Path for You Now
Let us get to the point. People want to know where to put their time and money in. The career they have chosen has to take good care of them - balanced input and output. This is basic Equity Theory. But the new normal has shaken the economy so much that finding a good job or a good education can be quite tricky.
As we have promised, GHCareer is on the look out for the best career pathways out there. Our radar has shown that a career in Child Care in Australia is a truly promising career! This is particularly wonderful news to teachers because they have, under their belts, work experience with children! A career shift will not be difficult at all!
Over the years, the population has been steadily increasing which gave rise to the demand for Child Care centres all over the world. In Australia particularly, it is a booming industry. Here are three reasons why.
1. Child care for starters, is a very rewarding career. You get to express the greatest human traits of love, affection, and care to the young. You go home from work thinking that you have helped another human being develop and your efforts will echo throughout that child’s lifetime.
2. Australia is expected to experience, what they call, a mini baby boom over the next five years. This will affect industries such as health insurance and child care centres as Australia’s birthrate rises to 6.4%. From the looks of it, it is already assured that this industry will continue to flourish.
3. The Australian Government completely supports this industry. Back in 2015 alone, the government allocated an additional $3.5 billion to reform Australia’s childcare system. Furthermore, the government assists parents to put their children in child care so that they can continue to work. As it happens, it is more practical for both parents to work to help manage household bills more effectively. It was also reported that an average of $7 million was invested by the government to childcare every year so that subsidies and packages may be provided and, in effect, make child care services more affordable to parents.
With all of these in the pot, it is easy to imagine why this is such a lucrative industry and if you are looking for a job in child care, you will find that the reasons above explain why this is one of the most stable jobs our there.
To help you, we are organizing a FREE WEBINAR on March 20, 2021, @ 2pm to address concerns and queries about requirements for enrolling in Rhodes International College Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Australia. Learn theory and practice as you gain international work placement!
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