What We're Reading: Is Museum Wage Growth Meeting Inflation?

"Federal arts funding in the United States is something of a sore subject: in comparison to other places around the world, creatives in this country function in near-perpetual states of uncertainty, striving endlessly to be afforded the security of a grant or gallery representation," writes Helen Holmes in the Observer.

As institutions implement their federal grants, it's essential that they continue to keep workers in mind. "The ongoing difficulties of the pandemic have laid bare the struggles of American museums to do many things at once," Holmes continues, "display robust rotating exhibitions, draw consistent audiences, and maintain healthy relationships with their full- and part-time employees."

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