Hello! I received my teaching certificate many years ago, but am still out of the field. I have quite a few reasons why I never landed that perfect teaching job. The biggest reason was just bad timing. I moved to another state as the recession hit. Anyway, my reference letters are too old now, plus all my master teachers and college supervisor have left the profession. I am looking to still be able to use my hard earned degree in teaching, but not as a traditional classroom teacher. I am thinking of going back to college to get a Library Media Specialist Masters or Endorsement. Before I dive into college again, I would love to hear for those working in public schools, if they think jobs available for Media Specialists? My state, Georgia, requires the library to have a Media Specialist on staff, but I know all states do not have the same requirement. I am thinking going back to college will enable me to receive new reference letters. It will open the door to working in a school library with the practicum course helping me network. And I would seriously love to be a School Media Specialist! What are your thoughts??