I've been contemplating a career change for quite some time. I've had to wrestle with the fact that I enjoy photography and would like a career that involves around it. However, I'm not really interested in developing a photography business. I would rather teach about photography history, darkroom work, photoshop, and archiving. I would like to mentor and help others in their art. This is coming from someone that's been in the tech industry for 10 years. I'm a late chicken at 37, but would like to have an opportunity to do something that I care about. I'm in the stages now of asking other educators about what their likes/dislikes are and how they got their start. Do you like what you do? How hard is it to get a job in the field on a college or high school level?