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The study found that 1 in 2 teachers report “high burnout”.

The National Education Staff declares for half “high burning sensation“On Wednesday, October 19, according to the results of the first barometer of the welfare of the work of the Ministry.

This barometer was first carried out in spring 2022, where 62,000 National Education staff (teachers, management staff, senior education advisers, psychologists, etc.) work in schools and educational institutions. His goal is “monitor and understand the evolution of the quality of staff work“and”will be updated at regular intervals» by the Statistical Agency of the Ministry of Education (Depp).

School teachers were the most affected

According to this barometer, staff generally report a high sense of fatigue. On a scale of 0 to 10, they report feelings of exhaustion rising to an average of 6.8 out of 10. Half are rated 8 to 10 out of 10. Staff working in schools report higher levels of burnout. average level than second degree (7.1 against 6.6 out of 10).

More generally, the professional satisfaction of the surveyed teachers is lower than the average of working French. On a scale of 0 to 10, they give an average score of 6.0 to rate their satisfaction with their work overall, compared to 7. 2 for all working French.

Insufficient perspective

On the other hand, the staff’s satisfaction with the life they currently lead is equivalent to the level observed among the French as a whole and those with at least a +3 baccalaureate; from 10 However, they are generally dissatisfied with their career prospects. Their satisfaction level in this area is rated an average of 3.1 out of 10, with 61% of staff giving a very low rating of 0 to 3 out of 10.

In terms of rent, they give an average of 3.4 points out of 10. 55% of them express strong dissatisfaction, choosing 0 to 3 out of 10. Another post by Depp, also published on Wednesday, listed the number of hours. worked in the field of National Education. According to him, the average working time of teachers is 43 hours per week, which is three hours more than other A-level managers in the state civil service.

Source: Le Figaro

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