Study: Unions improve pay and benefits for adjuncts

07/26/2013 |

Adjunct faculty represented by a union enjoy better pay and benefits, according to the 2012 Coalition on the Academic Workforce report. Median pay for unionized part-time faculty was 25% higher than pay for their nonunion peers, and unions also helped secure better health benefits and retirement packages. Other perks unionized faculty enjoy at some schools include paid office hours and payment for cancelled classes, the report showed.

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