The purpose of this report is to draw a demographic and labour market profile of academic and professional librarians in Canadian universities and colleges. It is based on a CAUT survey of librarians at 116 institutions.
Education & Equity
This latest issue of CAUT’s Education Review addresses a number of key questions facing universities today, such as the key drivers affecting changes in revenues and expenditures and the share of public and private funding.
This report provides a snapshot of academic staff representation and income in Canada’s universities and colleges in 2016, noting in particular changes in the university sector over the last decade.
The Persistent Gap: Understanding male-female salary differentials amongst Canadian academic staff (March 2011)
There has been a long-standing concern amongst policymakers, economists, and trade unions over the persistent earnings gap between men and women in the Canadian labour market. Adjusting for age, rank and discipline, this study finds a narrowing but persistent earnings gap between male and female academic staff in Canada.