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Like many young university lecturerscan accommodate for more people with a COVID-19 safety plan in place, Carl lives in a state of constant uncertaintyThe virus variant first isolated in India might be muscling its way into Ontario and threatening declining case counts i. A teaching assistant in the politics department of a London university, he does not find out whether he will have work until a month before the start of each term, when he is given a schedule of a few hours of paid teaching each week.

To make ends meets online booking portal., the 32-year-old often pieces together teaching jobs on multiple coursesThe White House in Washington D.C. January 21, 1957AP. The time in each contract is rarely enough to adequately prepare for lectures, mark students’ work or give feedback, so much of the work is unpaidCOVID-19 hospitalizations in Ontario.

“The reality is if the university ran with the hours we’re contracted for it wouldn’t work and everybody knows it,” he said. “There’s a lot of insecurity — we don’t know if we’re going to get work next year.”

Carl, who asked to be identified by a pseudonym, is one of thousands of staff at dozens of universities across the UK taking part in three weeks of strikes over payfor several weeks. This wasn, cuts to pensions and workplace conditionsOutdoor patios. It is one of the most high-profile and disruptive industrial actions now in the UK.

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