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kevin wooldridge

Happy May Day to one and all.

I have introduced a new page to my OutWageUK blog detailing archaeological payrises for 2006.

The payrises are calculated by comparing 2005 and 2006 advertised wages and whilst it is early days yet (I have only recorded rises in 14 archaeological employers), I intend to continue monitoring rises as and when they come in.

The new table can be seen by clicking onto the Payrise 2006 sidebar at http://www.freewebs.com/outwageuk

This last month has also seen Outwage log the 100th employer, requiring the services in some form or another of an archaeologist in the past 13 months (infact we are now up to 102). This is far more than I ever realised when I began OutwageUK and I leave it up to individuals to adjudge whether such a large number of employers is a good or a bad thing. Interestingly I can think of at least 30 'bodies' who employ archaeologists but whom haven't needed to advertise for staff in the past year (and therefore dont appear on OutwageUK). How many archaeological employers are there out there?


Kevin
Tried to check out your updated league table but it seems to be a dead link? came up with message URL not found

Penfold
Its not a surprise really Penfold after Mr. Wooldridge, stated on Saturday 4.55pm (and I quote) 'It was 'arry what done it for us. Adnams frenzy coming up'... Give him a couple of days!

G
You are doing a hell of a job!

I have c. 170 employers on my database.... I expect the number is around 200

Another day another WSI?
Quote:quote:Originally posted by Penfold

Kevin
Tried to check out your updated league table but it seems to be a dead link? came up with message URL not found


Sorry too many full stops. Try it now. (Gumbo is right!! Blame it on overcelebration of 'arry's triumph or fervent singing of The Internationale earlier today )