Men in publishing earn an average of $87,000, but for women the average is only $60,000—a $27,000 gap, according to Publishers Weekly annual salary survey.
Whether you attended KMWorld in Washington D.C. or not, check out our roundup of bite-sized inspiration, tips and advice.
The Workplace Equity Project reports the results of its 2018 survey, capturing data on diversity and equity-related issues in the scholarly publishing field.
Stakeholders with an interest in European Continuing Medical Education (CME), will meet next week for the 11th Annual European CME Forum.
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CCC will be alongside upwards of a thousand attendees at KM World’s 2018 annual conference, held in Washington D.C., Nov. 6-8.