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  • Unions

    Do architects need a trade union?Subscription

    News7 November, 2019

    A body claiming to be the profession’s first trade union for 40 years wants to tackle long hours, low pay and discrimination. But what are the chances of it making a difference? Kate Youde reports

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    AJ survey reveals 1 in 7 women architects have experienced sexual harassmentSubscription

    News8 February, 2018

    This year’s Women in Architecture survey has prompted calls for urgent action to combat discrimination in the profession, reports Richard Waite. Analysis by Bruce Tether

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    AJ student survey: cash-strapped and stressedSubscription

    News19 July, 2017

    With debt soaring but no corresponding rise in architects’ pay, our survey suggests architecture students are finding their career path ever less rewarding. Ella Braidwood and Richard Waite report

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    Mental health problems exposed by AJ Student Survey 2016Subscription

    News28 July, 2016

    The results of the AJ’s annual student survey reveals widespread fears over debt, workloads and practical training and unearths a worrying landscape of stress-related illness. Richard Waite and Ella Braidwood report