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Finding an Academic Job

Finding an Academic Job

  • Karen M. Sowers-Hoag - Florida International University, USA, The University of Tennessee, USA
  • Dianne F. Harrison - Florida State University School of Social Work, California State University, Northridge, USA

Volume: 5

May 1998 | 136 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This volume explores a range of issues surrounding the process of finding employment in academic settings. It includes surveying the market, preparation of credentials, marketing onself, hunting for a job, negotiating an offer, and issues arising in dual-career partnerships.
What Colleges and Universities Look for in New Faculty
Preparing Your Credentials Early
Matching Your Credentials and Preferences to the Job Market
Finding the Right Fit

Your Search and Preparing Your Portfolio
Applying for and Getting the Position
Negotiating a Job Offer
Dual Career Issues
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What if You Can't Find an Academic Position?


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