The present study investigated relative disregard of labor conditions among candidates of teacher. They are tend to be attracted to worthwhileness or precious value of teaching profession, so such relative disregard was predicted to occur among them. A questionnaire was administered to 192 junior students who belong to faculty of education. As the main question, subjects were asked to rate importance scales between labor conditions (3 kinds: not need to transfer, fair salary, and private time) and attractiveness in his/her job contents (each 3 items ×2 categories: making the most of his/her individuality and playing his/her part in the job). The main results are as follows:(1) Students with high intrinsic work motivation relatively disregarded of all kind of labor conditions than the other students.(2) Under controlled intrinsic work motivation, teacher candidates relatively disregarded of fair salary and private time.(3) Female students relatively disregard fair salary and private time more than male. Mechanism of relative disregard for teacher candidates and suggestion for career formation support were discussed.