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Last chance to take the AJ Women in Architecture survey

The AJ is asking architects, technologists, clients and students to fill in this year’s Women in Architecture survey and help us track the evolving status of women in the profession

The survey is open to both men and women working in the built environment and aims to track perceptions of equality, salary and flexible working.

The anonymous survey asks questions about career challenges and experiences working in architecture covering subjects such as sexual discrimination, childcare, work/life balance and pay.

Last year more people than ever responded to the online survey - 926 respondents took part – revealing widespread discrimination and unequal pay across the profession.

This survey, now in its fourth year, is a vital part of the AJ’s on-going campaign to raise the status and profile of women in architecture. The data, collected annually, allows the AJ to track progress in perception, equal pay and position over time. The survey also informs the Women in Architecture campaign’s focus for the coming year in response to concerns shared by women in the industry.

The annual programme includes talks and events, a luncheon, an industry survey and four honours.

The information provided by the survey will help to inform articles and research for both The AJ in print and online from December 2014.

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Readers' comments (3)

  • Since I am retired, my answers are not totally consistent. Some are base on my past (pre-retirement) work experience and others are not applicable.

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  • Retail Architects

    Only have experience working in smaller practices - up to ten people maximum.

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  • As I have reached retirement age I realise that I should have gone into Public service as female architects appear to be treated better there.

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