Study on the remuneration of researchers in the public and private sector: five-minute questionnaire

July 20, 2006

Brussels, 19 Jul 2006

The European Commission has launched a study to assess the remunerations of researchers in the public and business enterprise sectors in the European Union and countries Associated to the Community RTD Framework programme. This study aims at obtaining a better understanding of the key elements of a researcher's career, with a view of improving the attractiveness of Europe for researchers. It will also enable the European Commission to assess the adequacy of its remuneration schemes.

The questionnaire is anonymous and should take no longer than five minutes to complete.

Questionnaire in all languages

DG Research
http:///europa.eu.int/comm/dgs/research/i ndex_en.html

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