Faculty members often crib that their pay is not sufficiently great as compared to the effort they put in. Others outside the teaching fraternity seldom agree. A recent test / analysis done across different economies highlight the time spent by faculty members versus the pay received by them, after adjustments of purchasing power parity.What do you think of this report?
Where would you want to work in, if you belong to the teaching fraternity? It appears as if any country which are above the diagonal is better placed for higher returns as compared to the hours put in, by the members in the countries below the diagonal. While there are lots of intrinsic factors for job satisfaction, especially in academics, pay does impact overall job satisfaction.
What do you think? Where would you as a professional want to work in?