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The 5 states where teachers earn the lowest salaries

Despite performing crucial roles in educating, motivating, and shaping future generations, teachers often face high job pressure, lack of job mobility, and notoriously low pay. The education sector sees a high burn rate, with nearly 20% of all public school teachers leaving after the first year. And for those who do stay, the pay gap between teaching and professions that require similar training continues to widen, creating little incentive for those on the fence to stick it out.
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