Buenos Aires: more staff working for nothing

November 17, 2000

A census at the University of Buenos Aires has revealed that 6,605 of the university's 24,508 teaching staff are working for nothing - 37 per cent more than in 1992. University rector Oscar Shuberoff said that without the unpaid staff, the university could not have coped with a 25 per cent increase in student numbers over the past eight years.

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