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Faculty and Staff Quality of Life Survey

On January 18, 2012 Provost Rafael Reif and Executive Vice President and Treasurer Israel Ruiz invited MIT faculty and staff to participate in a quality of life survey. The web-based survey was sponsored by the Council on Family and Work, Office of the Provost, and Chair of the Faculty. The purpose was to examine the work-life environment for faculty, other instructional staff, researchers, postdoctoral scholars, administrative staff, support staff, and service staff at MIT. While faculty and other instructional staff were surveyed on similar topics in 2004 and 2008, the last comprehensive quality of life survey, aimed at the entire MIT community, was administered in 2001 by the Council on Family and Work.

Survey Instrument Response Results
2012 Faculty and Staff Quality of Life Survey Web Preview | PDF | Emails 61% Overall - Highlights
- Frequencies by Employee Type (Main Campus)
- Frequencies by Employee Type (Lincoln Lab)

Recent Findings (2012 Faculty and Staff Quality of Life Survey)