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The Best and Worst Publishing Jobs For Women

What are the best and worst publishing jobs for women?  For International Women’s Day 2019 we thought we’d take a look at the results from the last bookcareers.com Salary Survey and see what are the best and worst publishing jobs for women in the pay stakes –  the jobs where women got paid on average […]

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The Salary Question – bookcareers.com Live

  Series 1 Episode 6 of bookcareers.com Live This episode focuses on the salary question.  How important is salary to quality of life? Does the industry needs to look at salaries overall? Should employers include salary figures or salary bands in job advertisements, as per the #bookjobtransparency campaign? It looks at which interview question is […]

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Dignity at Work, Workplace Bullying

Series 1 Episode 2 of bookcareers.com Live With the book industry coming together to issue a Commitment to Professional Behaviour, this episode discusses Dignity at Work, some of the statistics from the bookcareers.com Salary Survey as regards stress and bullying at work.  It has helpful hints as to tackling workplace bullying as well as a […]

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bookcareers Salary Survey shortlisted in Career Development Awards

Suzanne Collier of bookcareers.com has been shortlisted in the UK Career Development Awards.  This is in the category Research Undertaken by a Careers Professional for her work on the Bookcareers.com Salary Survey 2017, sponsored by Inspired Search & Selection Ltd. The UK Career Development Awards, are organised by the Career Development Institute, (CDI), the UK-wide […]

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bookcareers salary survey 2017 – Full Report

A full report of the bookcareers.com Salary Survey 2017 sponsored by Inspired Search & Selection Ltd is available. The survey contains over 200 tables of data and analysis covering aspects of salaries, bonuses, diversity, education, student loans, pensions, employment, training, morale, recruitment and monitors trends from previous surveys. It is unique in that this survey […]

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bookcareers.com Salary Survey 2017

We are now gathering data for our latest salary survey – the last one being in 2013. The survey analyses salaries from UK and Ireland book publishers and literary agents who employ staff on a salary or a fixed term contract basis (either full or part time). The bookcareers.com Salary Survey was launched in 1995 […]

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Salary Survey 2016 – Call for Questions

We are now commencing work on constructing the questionnaire for the bookcareers.com Salary Survey 2017. This will be the 20th anniversary of our very first Salary Survey, which has grown from looking at salaries and job security into becoming a survey of around 56 questions, looking at education, employment trends, digital skills and training data. […]

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