The Faculty at Work report offers results from the first major study in Canada of faculty work. It captures 77 per cent of Ontario’s full-time faculty in an effort to help build public understanding ...

Faculty at Work: A Preliminary Report on Faculty Work at Ontario’s Universities, 2010-2012

Published: August 26, 2014

The Faculty at Work report offers results from the first major study in Canada of faculty work. It captures 77 per cent of Ontario’s full-time faculty in an effort to help build public understanding about the contributions professors are making to prepare students for success, conduct ground-breaking research and improve communities.

Did you know?

  1. University graduates have low unemployment rates and the highest life-time earnings in Ontario.

  2. University graduates have low unemployment rates and the highest life-time earnings in Ontario.

  3. University graduates have low unemployment rates and the highest life-time earnings in Ontario.

Over a 40-year period, a university graduate earns

$915,840

more than a college graduate and earns an average

$1.4 million

more than a high school graduate

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