Why do youngsters not see teaching as an attractive career option?
I think it has a lot to with the fact that America does not see teaching as an attractive career option. Teachers are grossly underpaid, overworked, and worst of all, they are grossly disrespected in the U.S. People almost look at teaching as the thing you do when you can't do anything else with your degree, and no other country regards their teachers that way. When I was going to school for liberal arts almost everyone I knew said...'don't worry, you can always teach if you don't pursue art,' as if it were a sad back-up plan. Teachers are tired. They come to work tired, and sometimes bitter and any kid in their right mind is probably not eager to follow in their footsteps.
They don't have enough knowledge or experience to teach. They're very busy trying to deal with adulthood, in the first place, and texting for dates on their cell phones. Who wants some bachelor's graduate standing there in her micro shorts and sandals interrupting class because her hoook up beeped in...
So far, teaching jobs have not credited in full to the individuals who teach. They have meager salaries as compared to other professionals
Since, it is the money that counts in the end. As there is a famous dialogue, "Show me the money". Youngsters are attracted to that since money rules the world and money makes sunshine.
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Teachers are grossly underpaid, overworked, and worst of all
I full agree with this statements. Not just in US but all around the world. They are creating our NexGen assets.
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