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Citing Burnout and Low Pay, a Fifth of Museum Workers Don’t Expect to Remain in the Field Long-Term, a Survey Says

A fifth of museum staff and students surveyed by the American Alliance of Museums don’t expect to be working in the sector three years from now. The striking figure is part of a broader report released by the organization this week about the state of the field—and it makes… Read entire story.

Source: Artnet News

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