Is there a demand for Primary School Teachers?

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So far I’ve only heard from people that there’s only a demand for Secondary School Teachers. I’m interested in teaching at the primary level so it’s got me worried that finding a job will be tough. (I’m an international student who wants to teach in the UK)

Does anyone has any insight as to what the job market is like or will be moving forward?
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I never studied teaching but I've never heard of a teaching graduate without a job after graduating. Always slip into jobs.
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I’m a trainee teacher. Apparently most people who graduate my course get a job in a teaching, and it’s rare not to. There’s always a need for teachers, so I’m sure you’d find something. I’m sure you’d be fine
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(Original post by BRZ97)
So far I’ve only heard from people that there’s only a demand for Secondary School Teachers. I’m interested in teaching at the primary level so it’s got me worried that finding a job will be tough. (I’m an international student who wants to teach in the UK)

Does anyone has any insight as to what the job market is like or will be moving forward?
There's always a need for teachers, both primary and secondary.
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