Teachers in New Zealand face limited job prospects

04/22/2012 | New Zealand Herald, The

In New Zealand, officials say a down economy is causing more teachers to stay in their jobs, decreasing the need to hire new teachers. For hundreds of teachers trained under a government initiative to fill expected vacancies, that means those teachers have been unable to find work. The problem has created increased demand -- and competition -- for teaching positions in the country. A school principal said she recently received 303 applications for a single vacancy.

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