Work environment Women, young people and students are the groups that experience the most sexual harassment at Swedish higher education institutions, according to the first national study in the sector.
Conditions Continued differences between subject areas - but new figures from the union show that salaries of female SULF members are approaching those of male colleagues.
Gender equality Women working in higher education feel that they are treated differently to their male colleagues. The risk of ill health and stress is therefore greater among women, according to a new report from SULF.
Gender equality On average, male members of SULF earn more than female members. That symbolises the gender differences within higher education, says Jenny Iao-Jörgensen, Chair of the SULF Doctoral Candidate Association.
Careers Economics, technology and medicine lead to high salaries for university vice-chancellors. Or at least that is the case if one judges by the three higher education institutions with the highest vice-chancellor salaries.