35% of young spaniards aged between 25 and 34 years old has no high school, more than double that of OECD
salary of teachers in Spain is above european average, and in all countries of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), as noted in report Education at a glance 2017, that this international body has published this Tuesday in middle world.
The study explains that salary of teachers, "is cost largest in education and has a direct impact on attractive which provides instruction." It also reflects that Spanish teachers who begin earning more, but wage increase is very small, in comparison with or countries, as y acquire years of experience. And shows that, between 2010 and 2015, amount of payroll went down around a 20%, biggest downfall after one recorded in Greece.
The work also includes a set of tables where y warn you that salaries in Spain are higher both in remuneration initial and after three decades of experience and -very slightly - at end of professional career. The data, from 2015, y say that a master of Primary cobra at start of his career, an average of 28.129 euros gross per year and after 15 years of experience, earn 32.389 euros (gross).
on or hand, always according to OECD, a professor of Secondary receives a salary average of 31.415 euros gross annually when it begins, that become 36.153 euros when you have 15 years of experience.
In a press note, Ministry of Education gives good data in report and stated that "in beginning of teaching career, Spanish teachers in Elementary school have a salary a 22% superior to OECD average. The difference is even greater in Secondary, with starting salaries that exceed around 30% average international in first stage, while in second stage exceed around 24% average wage of OECD".
"If we take as a reference maximum wages to which you can aspire to throughout teaching career, difference of Spain with OECD average is shortened, but remains higher at all stages of education", added Ministry.
The teachers unions put in quarantine se figures, as well as data of report in which he says that teachers in Spain work less hours than average. Francisco Garcia, head of Federation of Teaching CCOO explains that work "37.5 hours a week, as rest of officials." That time is split between school hours, "which are well above OECD and european average", and hour to prepare lessons or correct papers and exams.
Garcia regrets that teachers do not have "a stage of professional development as re is in or countries," and urges Ministry to negotiate an statute teacher that regulates everything relating to his profession, including salaries and working times.
The report discusses or issues, such as educational expenditure, that, of all variables, is lower in Spain than in average of industrialized countries. Using data from 2014, OECD warns that annual expenditure per student, for example, in High school, it is of 8.528 dollars per year, compared to more than 10,000 spent, on average, in OECD and in EU.
The total expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP (and 4.3%) is also lower than that recorded in OECD (5,2%) and EU (4,9%). And same thing happens with expenditure, as a percentage of total public expenditure (by 8.2% compared with 11.3 per cent and 9.9 per cent respectively).