Interest in teaching jobs up; number of positions down

06/5/2010 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

The number of teaching jobs in Georgia and Tennessee has gone down, but interest continues to grow. One recently opened teaching position drew 150 applicants. Teachers laid off because of budget cuts in the region are competing with laid-off teachers nationwide, along with an influx of new college graduates. In Georgia, workshops are being hosted for out-of-work teachers to learn about non-teaching careers and how to be retrained in education specialties.

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