The General Teaching Council for Scotland said it would no longer conduct the poll after a decline in the number of people responding to the survey. Employment prospects for new staff have also improved in recent years.
A spokesman said: "The survey served its purpose over a number of years, but, with the response rate falling, it became a less useful tool to measure the job prospects of probationers."
The Educational Institute of Scotland teaching union has accepted the decision.
A spokesman said: "In recent years, the data was useful in highlighting the problems faced by many in securing secure employment, but in light of the falling returns and recent improvements in job prospects it is understandable."