Job changers want to teach

12th August 2005 at 01:00
More than 70 per cent of recent graduates say that they plan to change career by the time they are 35, with a fifth of those hoping to go into teaching, according to research.

Teaching was the most popular choice of a second career for students who have graduated since 2003, and who are now aged between 21 and 36.

The survey for the Teacher Training Agency also found second careers in media and publishing were popular, while 10 per cent wanted a job in banking.

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