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Vermont Early Childhood Wage and Fringe Benefit Comparability Study: Final report

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The aims of the study were to define and classify the key positions in Vermont’s early childhood workforce, and to describe and compare wages and fringe benefits of the workforce across program type and funding streams, including center-based (Head Start, Universal Pre-K, and Private), home-based (Universal Pre-K), afterschool, and Children’s Integrated Services (CIS) programs. For this study, SRC conducted a web-based survey in spring 2021 that collected data on employee compensation and benefits from 165 randomly selected programs in Vermont. This final report summarizes the findings and recommendations from the study. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
Vermont

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