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A guide for former academics on changing careers.
The internet is dying to know what I do for a living.
Walking away from academe is not always a good idea, but for some Ph.D.’s, it’s the best option.
I finally came up with an icebreaker that got my students talking and happened not to be soul-crushing. But I’m looking for other ideas, too.
I’ve spent the past several Augusts designing syllabi and getting ready to face students. But this year I’m no longer adjuncting, and now I’m simply wondering what’s next.
Three years ago, pilots at JetBlue decided against forming a union. This year, they reversed course in a landslide vote. What changed? The same things that have been changing in academia.
As an adjunct, I got asked this question all the time. You might as well advise me to become a lawyer or a mechanic.
Claire holds a Ph.D. in English. So how did she end up at a gentlemen’s club? Her answer’s a lot more thoughtful than you might expect.
How do you juggle teaching and having a child when you don’t have long-term job security to fall back on? We’re seeking your advice here.
Come July, the money you scraped together during the school year is gone, and you’re at least two rent cycles away from the next paycheck. How do you make it to September?
Google’s web-based word-processing software just closed the gap with Microsoft Word. Here are a few new “add-ons” writers and researchers should try.
Choosing a nontraditional career path is a great idea, but it takes a leap of faith. So let’s build a repository of the best websites, the best advice, the best people.
As an adjunct, I’ve worried that my words won’t carry the weight of my tenured colleagues. So I asked around. Here’s what I learned.
Where will tenure be in 10 years? No adjunct professor should care. Here’s why.