- by architectureau
- 01 Oct 2023
Researchers are inviting architectural workers to participate in a second survey about the impact of workplace culture and professional identity on wellbeing.
The landmark Wellbeing of Architects survey was first conducted in 2021 and had more than 2,000 participants, the majority of whom were registered architects or undertaking registration.
The results of the first survey found that people working in architecture had a lower-than-average quality of life relative to other Australians.
The surveys are part of a longitudinal study conducted by a group of academics led by Naomi Stead.
The survey will ask participants about their work-related wellbeing, professional identity and perceptions of support. It will also look into the impact of workplace culture and practices on wellbeing.
"This research is important as it will contribute to tailored resources to support workplaces, and professional and educational organizations in architecture, as they work towards improved occupational wellbeing through cultural change," the researchers said.
The survey is open until 30 May 2023.
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