With some exceptions, universities and universities are planning to restore or have restored the power retirement benefits that cut during Covid-19. After it was better than expected during the pandemic in terms of finance, certain institutions are even contributing retroactively to the retirement plans of their teachers to compensate for those cuts.

A next full-length report on the compensation of the Faculty of the American Association of the University. Teachers say that more than a quarter of the institutions eliminated or reduces the complementary benefits for the members of the full-time faculty during the academic year 2020-21. Private institutions were much more likely to do so than public institutions.

According to the data of the Association of University professionals and university professionals, 71 percent of the University and universities contributed to the 403 (b) employees, the Retirement plan most commonly offered in higher education, in January 2020. As of January 2021, that figure was only 63 percent.

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