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The National survey of the salary, age and educational structure of the library employees in the Czech republic in 2016: Survey results

Summary: National library has realized an extensive The National survey of the salary, age, and educational structure of library employees in the Czech Republic in 2016. Examined topics were socio-demographic structure of library employees (age, gender, education) and their stability in the institution. Apart from this, the situation regarding salaries in libraries was also examined – average salary, library salary tables etc. Important part of the survey was estimating the volume of FTA’s on professional job positions and extent of necessary retraining. Results will be used for adjusting the offer of educational activities according to the new Strategy for lifelong learning of librarians and during the preparation of the new library job description.

Keywords: library employees, survey, age structure, educational structure, professional education, retraining, salary tables

Mgr. Vladana Pillerová / Knihovnický institut, Národní knihovna ČR (Librarianship Institute, National Library of the Czech Republic), Klementinum 190, 110 00 Praha 1

Sep 25, 2018


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