The Landscape of Teaching in the UK

The United Kingdom is a popular destination for teachers looking to teach abroad. Schools in the UK welcome numerous international teachers every year for a variety of teaching positions. But unlike many other jobs, teaching has its mutability. Teachers seeking for placements in the UK need to do their homework otherwise, it can be the worst nightmare for them as recent updates state that UK teachers leave the profession in record numbers. The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has raised two strikes (In 2013 and 2014) against the local government authority to resolve the workload and pay scale crises. 
However, the situation will surpass in coming days and new aspects will rise in future for teachers willing to settle down in the UK. The ratio of baby birth is increased in Britain and will create a lot of pressure on schools by the end of the century, said David Simmonds, the chairman of the LGA’s children and young people board. It shows the demand of qualified teachers will intensify shortly in the UK. In this infographic created by, there are some astonishing facts about the teaching profession and its conditions in the United Kingdom. It describes the darker as well as the brighter side of teaching along with reasons why some teachers are leaving this profession. Here are some useful insights regarding teaching in the UK: