pay, satisfaction, discrimination, progression, gender, ethnicity, age

Recruitment And Retention of Academic Staff In Higher Education

<strong>Department for Education and Skills Research Report RR658</strong>

The increasing prominence of recruitment and retention problems combined with a long-standing concern that the sector faces a Ôretirement bulge' Ð as academics from the 1960s expansion reach retirement Ð has lead to concern about the adequacy of the future supply of academics. This study was designed to identify the factors which lead to individuals entering and leaving academic employment in the English Higher Education sector.