Problem is that many teachers that got into that field don't. And they stink at the job, but then are protected from being let go based on performance, while a teacher of the year is gone based on little more than time put in.
It wouldn't be such a 'broad brush' situation if so many teachers, and blanket defenders didn't broadly say that it's all the parents, and students fault, that they fail as teachers.
But I digress. Although your numbers are distorted (many), I will say that you do realize that at least some teachers work hard. There are some here who take it much further, saying they all have it easy, all to make a silly political point . Endless vacation time, early end of workday, etcetera. I'm not even in that profession and it bothers me.