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Highly qualified college graduates are less likely to choose teaching careers than low achieving graduates ...

„In some countries like, for example, United States, there is empirical evidence that highly qualified college graduates are less likely to choose teaching careers than low achieving graduates. This is worrying for educational authorities which need to find a way to attract and retain motivated high quality teachers. In this sense, as in any other occupation, employee quality can only be demanded and worker motivation elicited if working conditions, including salary and work loading are attractive.“
Varkey Foundation (Hrsg.), „Global Teacher Status Index 2018“ (2018), S. 53