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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?
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
How architecture cheats women: results of the 2017 Women in Architecture survey revealedSubscription
When it comes to gender equity in architecture there is still a long way to go, according to the 2017 survey
Despite the efforts of some practices, the big picture for women in the profession remains discouraging, says Laura Mark
More women feel they are being heavily penalised for having a family, according to this year’s Women in Architecture survey
Female directors, partners and principals of UK firms are taking home a shocking £20,000 less than their male counterparts
The Women in Architecture survey provides disturbing insights into the experiences of 1,152 women worldwide – alarmingly, more than one in five would not recommend a career in architecture.
The 2015 Women in Architecture survey reveals the definitive picture of women in the profession today, says Laura Mark
Three quarters of the 430 women architects surveyed in the AJ’s 2015 Women in Architecture Survey said they had suffered discrimination - a rise from two thirds of those polled in 2014
The AJ’s third annual survey of women architects reveals widespread discrimination and unequal pay in the profession