‘Re-applying is impossible to explain’And that cannot count on a lot of sympathy from most starting teachers. At a time when a permanent job is necessary to have a chance on the housing market, more and more disillusioned teachers are leaving education, Van Strien tells the newspaper. “This summer we are getting more and more signals from teachers who are tired of having to apply again. This is inexplicable in times of unprecedented teacher shortages.”
Greater chance of permanent job in primary education
At the moment, about 55 percent of teachers who work in secondary education have a permanent job, according to the ‘Trend Report on the Labor Market for Teachers 2020’ of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW). In primary education, this is slightly more than 80 percent, the research shows.
By: National Education Guide
Teachers leave secondary education faster without a permanent contract
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