Barely Getting By: Struggling to Make Ends Meet at the University of California

The findings in this UCAPN report indicate that unrepresented administrative professionals at UCLA and UCSF are grossly underpaid and overworked when compared to similar university systems and the private sector. We demand that UC commit to no layoffs, furloughs or pay cuts for UC staff and instead explore alternatives to address budgetary constraints caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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