Teachers' staying power revealed

13th January 2012 at 00:00

Teachers are twice as likely to remain in their profession compared with graduates who start in other careers, according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency. Its survey of graduates showed that just 21 per cent of teachers switched jobs within three-and-a-half years, compared with 44 per cent of those who began working in other popular fields.

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