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US / Teachers for grades K-12 with less than one year of experience are the most engaged at work finds Gallup

U.S. teachers for grades K-12 with less than one year of experience are the most engaged at work, at 35.1%. Engagement drops to 30.9% for teachers who have been on the job for one to three years and falls further to 27.9% for educators with three to five years of experience. Engagement picks back up slightly for those who have been teaching for more than five years.

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via In U.S., Newer Teachers Most Likely toBe Engaged at Work.

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