The number of teachers who are leaving the profession has doubled in just five years, with the total number of people leaving the field jumping from 9.4 million to 16.5 million.
The total number is a massive increase from just six years ago, when only 4.4% of teachers left the profession.
While teachers are now leaving because of the recession, they’re leaving because they are being pressured by unions and other forces to take less pay, lower class sizes, and more standardized tests.
That’s because, as of this summer, the National Labor Relations Board had given more power to states to compel teachers to join unions.
That’s not the only reason some teachers are leaving.
The recession has also meant the loss of many teachers who had previously had to work overtime and were also looking for other jobs, like home health aides or nurses.
In fact, in 2013, nearly 1.5% of American teachers were working in these fields.
While most of the new teachers are older and have more experience, they are leaving in higher numbers.
There were 17.5 teachers per 100,000 teachers in 2013; this year, the number was 9.5, a 4.5-fold increase.
That number is more than double what it was five years ago.
The number of new teachers in California, meanwhile, has grown by 8% since 2012, from 1.3 million to 1.6 million, and is up nearly 70% in the last year alone.
In New York, the figure has grown from just over 5,000 in 2013 to more than 7,000.
New York City, with its large immigrant population, is the state with the largest increase in the number of former teachers, from 12,000 to nearly 22,000 since 2013.
The average salary for a new teacher is about $30,000, according to the National Education Association, and the typical teacher works an average of about 35 hours a week.
Some teachers work up to 60 hours a year, with a typical salary of more than $70,000 a year.
But some teachers have said they don’t think they can stay with their jobs.
The median salary for New York City public school teachers in the 2014-15 school year was just under $90,000; the average teacher working in New York’s largest city, which includes Manhattan, makes less than $60,000 annually.
New Jersey has the second-highest median pay for teachers, at $83,400 a year for teachers in grades K-8.
But the number one reason teachers are going to leave the profession is because they can’t afford to.
New York has the highest per-pupil cost in the country for public school students, according a report by the American Federation of Teachers.
In the state of New Jersey, teachers have to pay about $19,000 per pupil per year in out-of-pocket expenses like tuition and books, even though their median salary is just over $20,000 an year, according the report.
And in the city of Camden, New Jersey , the state average is just $19.25 per pupil for a teacher with four years of experience, and $15.20 per pupil in public school.
For many of the newly trained teachers, it’s the second year they’ve been exposed to the classroom and have had to adapt.
But, for many, it is not a choice.
As of this past May, just over 9% of New York State teachers were in their final year of teaching, according with the New York Times.
In New York state, there are about 100,300 former teachers.
In the United States, there were about 4 million teachers in 2015, according census data.
In some cases, teachers are getting paid so little that their retirement benefits are inadequate.
According to the New Jersey Federation of Teacher Educators, nearly 10,000 public school educators in New Jersey receive $1,000 or less in pension and retirement benefits.
New Jersey’s state teachers union has pushed for a pension reform that would allow teachers to receive up to $100,000 and $200,000 retirement benefits, but they have been stymied in the Legislature.
One of the largest unions, the American Association of School Administrators, is also working to pass legislation that would raise the retirement age of teachers to 65 and raise the state minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2022.
And, as reported by The New York Daily News, a bill in the Assembly to raise the minimum wage in New England is gaining traction.
For teachers, the biggest challenge will be getting their paychecks.
The average teacher makes $10,000 each year, which is less than half the average annual salary of $25,000 for teachers across the United State.
The New York Teacher Salary Project, an education policy think tank, says that the average public school teacher is earning $50,000 less annually than teachers in other professions, including teachers at charter schools, elementary