Tag : salary survey
New data from this year’s AJ100 shows that salaries for experienced architects are on the rise, but wages for those beginning their careers continue to stagnate
Women in Architecture: Mind the pay gapSubscription
The AJ reveals the results of its latest Working in Architecture Survey and asks: how can the profession close its persistent gender pay gap?
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: ARB strikes off ACA Council member • Referendum halts Fosters’ Mexico airport •Political threat to O’Donnell + Tuomey campus • Hammond set to relax rules on upward extensions
Weekend roundup: Norman Foster’s Saudi flip-flopSubscription
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Foster suspends role in Saudi megacity • Pay survey: women do same work for less money • Stockholm ditches schemes by UK architects • Southend ditches Hawkins\Brown museum
Salary survey: same work for less paySubscription
New data shows that at almost every level, women are doing the same work for less than men, while for both sexes, average pay has fallen in real terms. Richard Waite reports
25.10.18: The money issueSubscription
The latest AJ focuses on money with the results of the latest salary survey showing architects’ pay has stagnated and women are still paid less than men for doing the same work. There are building studies of Heatherwick Studios’ Coal Drops Yard retail project in King’s Cross, MICA Architects’ Centre Point redevelopment in central London and Foster + Partners’ Principal Tower luxury housing scheme PLUS the RIBA ...
A new survey shows a landscape of poor salaries in architecture, better pay outside traditional practice and huge differences in bonuses between men and women. Richard Waite reports
The RIBA’s zero-tolerance approach to wages is a positive step, but architecture also needs a new business model, writes Will Hurst