More than two-thirds of teachers have considered leaving their jobs in the past year, with more than half thinking about quitting teaching altogether.
The NASUWT has published the findings of its annual Big Question study involving more than 14,000 of its members.
The 2013 survey found that 53 per cent of the teachers say their job satisfaction has fallen in the past year, up six per cent since 2011 when the Big Question research first took place.
Furthermore, 65 per cent have considered leaving their jobs in the last year, up three per cent since 2011, and 54 per cent have considered quitting the profession – up nine per cent.
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