Opinion: Teaching No Longer The Top Career Option For Women

06/10/2002 | Bloomberg Businessweek

The teaching profession, once considered a well-paid career option for women, is losing some of its best and brightest candidates because it doesn't pay enough, according to a commentary. Well-educated women are less likely to become teachers now that more lucrative career paths are accessible, the writer says.

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