Thursday, February 22, 2007

One reason to become a vice-chancellor

...is you get a decent raise each year. The BBC reports:

"UK university chiefs had average pay rises of 7.9% last year, taking the average to £165,105. The Times Higher Education Supplement found the average vice-chancellor's salary rose by £12,000 in 2005-06. The University and College Union pointed out that 43 of them were earning more than the prime minister, with 34 on salaries of £200,000-plus...."

Besides, being Prime Minister is like so overrated....

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