Low pay forces early years workers to quit jobs they love

Catherine Gaunt
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Early years workers should be paid the same as primary teachers, according to new research, which says that thousands of professionals in the sector are being driven out by low pay and lack of recognition.

Tens of thousands of early years workers are leaving the sector because of low pay, increasing workload and lack of recognition
Tens of thousands of early years workers are leaving the sector because of low pay, increasing workload and lack of recognition

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