Imagine being surrounded daily by a bunch of kids, some of whom want to learn, but some of whom are there to cause trouble. To top of it off, there’s the added pressure of parents feeling the need to put their two cents in because Little Johnny is an angel at home. There’s no reason he should be getting such low grades, and it must be the teacher’s fault.
Every day, hundreds of young ones are imposed onto a relatively low ratio of teachers expected to maintain them all, at pretty considerably low pay. The journal Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epistemology published a report that showed the depression rate in the education industry is 10.45%. While teachers have the lowest suicide rates, it’s easy for them to get burned out and depressed with all the red-tape that comes with the profession.