Public History Worker Survey
The Public History Workers Caucus is a community of practice that will meet monthly to connect, build solidarity, and increase visibility for public history workers and those in allied fields. We intend to hold space for discussion and organizing around creating ethical, sustainable, and just labor practices. Please take this 2-minute survey to help us learn more about the challenges facing public history workers today.

If you choose to share your contact information, it will not be shared with anyone outside of the Public History Workers Caucus.

For more information or if you have additional feedback, please feel free to reach out to us at phworkerscaucus@gmail.com
What is your employment status?
What type of institution do you work for?
Which of the following best describes you? Please check all that apply.
Which of the following best describes you? Please check all that apply.
What is your highest level of completed education?
How long have you been practicing public history?
How much do you earn at your primary job?
Yes
No
Does Not Apply/Prefer Not to Answer
Do you have a second job or do you participate in any other money-making activities (e.g. driving an Uber, renting out a room, etc)?
Does your public history work fully support yourself and/or your household?
Did you take on student debt as part of your education and training?
Have you ever have had an unpaid internship?
Have you ever had a paid internship?
Please feel free to elaborate on any of your answers
Your answer
On a scale of 1 to 10, how satisfied are you at your public history job?
Very dissatisfied
Very satisfied
If possible, what would allow you to increase your satisfaction with your job/career? (Check all that apply)
What professional development topics, skills or workplace issues would you like to see our proposed monthly Community of Practice chats address?
To become involved or learn more about the Public History Workers Caucus, please share your contact information below. (Optional)
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