Based on survey data from nearly 1,500 economists, new report examines economics salaries, health of job market, effect of COVID-19 and gender pay-gap.
Online PR News – 26-May-2021 – INOMICS - the career and education site for economists - has released the latest edition of its annual report, which examines the salaries of economists worldwide. Based on anonymous survey data of nearly 1,500 economists, the INOMICS Salary Report 2020/21 answers questions like where economists earn the most money, whether doing a PhD is a worthwhile financial investment, and about the significance of the gender pay-gap in economics. It also includes testimony on exactly how the pandemic has affected economists working lives.
The key findings of the INOMICS Salary Report include:
1) PHDs - Having a PhD still matters. We found that globally economists with a PhD earn on average 86% more than those with just a Masters degree.
2) COVID-19 - Over a third of economists have had their current job or their career progression negatively affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The effects have hit the Global South disproportionately, with 60% of economists in Africa and 58% in South Asia reporting being negatively affected by the pandemic professionally, compared with just 23% in North America, and only 17% in Western Europe & Scandinavia.
3) Gender - Male economists earn on average 27% more than their female counterparts. The data indicates that in most regions this is a result of a glass ceiling and a leaky pipeline, rather than a disparity in pay of male and female economists at the same career stage.
4) Pay - The United States is still the most lucrative job market for economists in the world. Annual salaries here across all sectors surpass those available anywhere else.
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