I am currently a CPA in the largest public accounting firm. I've been a CPA for three years here in Michigan and I am currently 25 years old. I no longer have any passion for my current line of work and the 90 hour weeks have worn me out. I have recently looked into teaching and a potential new path for myself. During high school and college I was always interested in being a teacher but I chased money instead of what truly interests me. As a CPA with experience managing a few employees, are there plentiful teaching opportunities for me or will I struggle to find a job? It seems the most in-demand positions are math/science positions, but what about a business, finance, or IT teaching positions? Any and all suggestions or comments are welcome. Thank you for the help!