05 avril 2014

Professional Salaries Up 2.1%

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. Median base pay for professionals in higher education (a broad range of non-executive administrative positions) increased by 2.1 percent in 2013-14, according to a survey released today by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. Read more...

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Times Higher Education's annual pay survey

By . What’s behind the big rises for vice-chancellors? Plus, academic pay across the UK.
Download table of UK vice-chancellors’ remuneration 2012-13
Download table of average salary of full-time staff 2012-13

Anger about the pay rises enjoyed by so-called “academic fat cats” in charge of UK universities has been fiercer than ever this year – and the criticism has come not just from those working within higher education. More...

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Vice-chancellors 'paid £255,000 as student fees rocketed'

http://bathknightblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/telegraph-logo.jpgBy Graeme Paton. Research by Times Higher Education magazine shows vice-chancellors saw pay packages increase to record levels last year, with five handed at least £400,000. The head of one of Britain’s top universities was paid almost £470,000 in the year that student tuition fees soared almost three-fold, it emerged today. Read more...

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29 mars 2014

Higher but also more flexible teacher salaries

OECD educationtodayBy Dirk Van Damme Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division, Directorate for Education and Skills. If one were to ask today’s education ministers which topics were at the forefront of their mind, they would almost certainly refer to the quality of the teaching work force in their country. Countries have been looking towards combination of ‘carrot’ and ‘stick’ policies to address quality concerns regarding teachers. ‘Stick’ policies mainly include strengthening accountability and teacher evaluation procedures, sometimes linked to student achievement measures. But many countries understand that tightening the screws on teachers might not be the best answer;  the attractiveness of the teaching profession also comes into play. They are concerned that they don’t get the most promising students in teacher training, that they don’t recruit the best graduates in the teaching profession, and that many of them leave the profession too soon. Read more...

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Le salaire des enseignants en Europe

La Commission européenne a publié le nouveau rapport 2011/2012 sur les salaires des enseignants en Europe. L'étude, réalisée par le réseau "Eurydice", présente les données sur le salaires des enseignants dans l'école primaire et secondaire, tout comme les salaires des directeurs d'établissements. Touteleurope.eu vous propose un comparatif relatif des salaires des enseignants européens qui travaillent dans l'école primaire.Les enseignants européens vivent des vies très différentes selon le pays qu'ils habitent. A croire les chiffres publiés par la Commission européen, un maître bulgare gagne 23 fois moins qu'un collègue luxembourgeois : 2 761 euros contre 65 492 euros dans le Grand-duché. En France, un enseignant employé à l'école primaire gagne au moins 23 464 euros par an bruts, à peu près comme un collègue italien, polonais ou anglais, mais deux fois plus qu'un enseignant lituanien, grec ou tchèque.
Il s'agit des salaires minimum des enseignants d'Europe. Des données qui peuvent surprendre mais qui doivent être mis en relation avec le coût de la vie des différents Etats membres pour être mieux compris. On apprend alors que le salaire d'un enseignant représentante en moyenne 90% du PIB national par habitant. Cependant, cela peut varier beaucoup en Europe : le ratio le plus élevé est en Allemagne (141%), en Espagne (136%) et au Portugal (133%). Au contraire, en Lettonie, en Lituanie, en Roumanie et en Slovaquie, le salaire minimum des enseignants est le plus bas si on le confronte à l'économie nationale (moins de 50% du PIB par tête). Suite...

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26 mars 2014

Salaire : être diplômé peut très bien rapporter !

Orientations : études, métiers, alternance, emploi, orientations scolaireCertains diplômes peuvent rapporter gros, même très gros. La différence de salaire est ainsi conséquente entre les titulaires d'un bac+2 et ceux d'un bac+5, surtout lorsque ces derniers sont issus d'une grande école de commerce, d'ingénieurs, de médecine.
572 000 euros ! Telle est la différence de salaire enregistrée au cours d'une carrière professionnelle entre les titulaires d'un bac+5 et ceux disposant d'un bac+2 ! Cela vaut donc le coup de rester trois ans de plus sur les bancs de l'école. Suite...

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02 mars 2014

Pay level leak prompts public outrage, angers rectors

http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Michael Gardner. Leaked pay statistics showing drastic increases in the salaries of university leaders have caused an uproar in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The disclosure comes while universities and the state government are squabbling over new higher education legislation. Read more...

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V-c turns down pay hike and donates consultancy cash

Times Higher EducationBy . Move comes as unions continue to fight below-inflation pay offer.
The vice-chancellor of Durham University has rejected a discretionary pay rise this academic year and will instead receive the 1 per cent increase being offered to rank and file staff, it has emerged.  Chris Higgins has also donated the £80,000 he has earned in consultancy fees during his tenure as vice-chancellor to causes at Durham, according to the university. In 2012-13, Professor Higgins’ salary was £244,000, in addition to a pension of £39,000. Read more...

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09 février 2014

It's Not Faculty Salaries

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/all/themes/ihecustom/logo.jpgBy Ry Rivard. Colleges’ attempts to curb employee costs by hiring part-time faculty members and using grad students are being offset by administrative hires and rising benefit costs, according to a new study by the Delta Cost Project at the American Institutes for Research.
The study uses federal data to examine hiring trends going back to 1990. Read more...

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24 décembre 2013

University chiefs’ five-figure pay rises described as 'inappropriate' and 'unfair'

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQPxnNUZkzq1IINmqwJMRe0Mx9jmcJPvZ89WaflkoXFnHo0R2jfVuceEAwwVice-chancellors receive five-figure pay rises in the year that tuition fees almost tripled to £9,000. A number of university heads have received double-digit pay rises despite a public sector salary freeze, The Telegraph can disclose. Vice-chancellors saw their pay packages rise by as much as a quarter this year, with many accepting five-figure increases. The rises came in the year that tuition fees almost tripled to £9,000 and amid growing university admissions. Read more...

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