Articles from Augusta Henning

Majority of the education professionals are up and planning their day at 6am, with two-thirds only getting six hours sleep a night

…Before catching up on emails, spending time with loved ones and reading the latest news What time do you wake up in the morning? According to the latest study from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, the majority (83.1%) of education professionals wake up at 6am for work every day, with a further 63.5% stating that they get just six hours sleep a night.

Over a quarter of education professionals are afraid to tell employer that they're suffering with poor #MentalHealth

...With a quarter claiming that their boss wouldn’t care A new study released by leading independent job board, CV-Library ahead of World Mental Health Day, reveals that 32.6% of education professionals are too afraid to tell their employer that they’re suffering with poor mental health, with over half (52.9%) claiming that their boss wouldn’t care.

More competition for education roles, as pay increases by 3.7%

According to the latest job market data from the UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library, the amount of education professionals applying for new jobs increased by 14.5% last month, while average salaries also grew by a comfortable 3.7%.

Side hustles propping up underpaid and overworked education professionals

Following last month’s report from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, that six in ten education professionals (61.1%) struggle to make ends meet at the end of each month, brand new research reveals that side hustles are providing a much-needed extra cash flow. In fact, 64.3% of education professionals who work on the side claim that they started their side hustle to earn more money.  

Do you receive workplace perks? Two thirds of education professionals don't!

A study conducted by CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, has revealed that nearly two thirds (65.2%) of education professionals don’t receive workplace perks and benefits. This is despite a resounding 89.1% of workers in the industry believing that perks are important at work.

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