THE podcast: Higher Education Pay Survey 2017

The results of the HE Pay Survey, and more highlights from this week's Times Higher Education, discussed by the editorial team

May 4, 2017
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The results of the 2017 Times Higher Education HE Pay Survey - showing declining salaries and a persisting gender pay gap - are discussed in this week's THE podcast.

We also reveal the most stressful place to be an academic and hear about the highlights of the latest THE Books section. Chris Parr is joined by data editor Simon Baker, books editor Matthew Reisz, and reporter Jack Grove.

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