People who have completed a PhD are generally seeking research/teaching positions at universities/colleges or positions in the industrial R&D areas. One of the career paths that remains less chosen is becoming a high school teacher or as a teacher/researcher at a polytechnic. Competition for teaching positions can be fierce, particularly in tight economic times when many learning institutions are cutting their budgets on the other hand schools are always looking for inspiring new teachers.
Your likelihood of success in a job search depends largely on what field you are in. In a competitive world like today teaching jobs are mainly associated with poor remuneration and slow growth. However, like all career paths teaching also has its positive sides and we at PHACE work to show you these positive sides and help you make a decision about teaching a career option for you after your PHD.