Socio-economic survey at IFT

The IFT EDI committee has launched an anonymous survey among permanent and non-permanent IFT researchers and PhD students to gauge how inequalities and other factors may affect the chances of reaching a doctorate level. The survey aimed to collect data concerning the cultural and socio-economic background of IFT members in order to draw an image of the impact of the socio-economic context in attaining the first steps required for a successful career in Academia.

The participation rate in the survey was 54% . A summary of results is collected in the charts presented below.

Date of the survey: April 8 – 30, 2021

Number of participants: 60

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