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£12bn From Where?

Each year the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) helpfully updates “A Survey of the GB Benefit System”. This document deserves a wider readership than I suspect it gets. 381 more words

Inequality

Stats and Graphs: State of the Library Job Market

It’s Staturday!

204 people who hire librarians have responded to our new State of the Library Job Market Survey.  It’s still open, so if you’ve hired at least one librarian and want to add your voice, please visit:  442 more words

Libraries

Stats and Graphs: Them's Hiring Words

Didja see that there’s a new survey?

This week we launched a State of the Job Market survey. It asks people who hire librarians, and other LIS workers, to tell us things like the number of people who applied to their last job opening, why candidates are eliminated at the application stage, and if the number of full time librarian positions has increased or decreased over the last decade. 73 more words

Librarians

Stats and Graphs: What Should Potential Hires Learn in Library School? 324 Responses

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When we last visited the What Should Potential Hires Learn in Library School? survey, we had 263 responses.  As of 12/20/2014, we now have 324 responses.   443 more words

Library Hiring

Stats and Graphs: 543 Job hunters

It’s Staturday!

Have you been enjoying the follow ups with individual job hunters?  

Last time we checked in, we had 428 responses.  Now we’ve got 543!   525 more words

Librarians

Presentation Motivation

Whenever I have to get a presentation together my head immediately goes to the The Office (US version) when Michael Scott has to give a talk about using power point to all them employees. 453 more words

Writing

Significant Quantities of Badassery

Two weekends ago I finally gotten comments from my advisor on Chapter 1, did the revisions, made a few of my own changes, and sent it off to my Personal Editor (also known as my good friend Birdie who is an excellent writer and editor of scientific things and who told me long ago that I could email her all my things whenever I needed to – she is possibly the greatest person ever invented). 465 more words

Writing