But you won't get much of anything if you don't negotiate, says Cheryl E. Ball.
Even if you think you flubbed a question or two, don't give up on the job or the experience, writes Cheryl E. Ball.
Women who are expecting a child need a strategy for attending academic meetings, writes Tamara Yakaboski.
Terry McGlynn explains the essentials of a cover letter for academic jobs at teaching institutions.
Cheryl E. Ball tells you how to prepare -- and then how to prepare some more.
What matters when you pick a graduate program may not matter when evaluating job offers, writes Heather Dubrow.
New data show minimal gains in share of new doctorate holders who have job commitments upon graduation.
"Alt-ac" positions may be great for some, but Miriam Posner wonders if they are being oversold as a solution to the shortage of academic positions.
While plenty of history Ph.D. recipients land jobs on tenure track, study documents long-term adjunct work -- and finds that field's most popular specialty is least likely to lead to tenure-track job.
Cheryl E. Ball urges academics starting their careers not to be too quick to rule out certain parts of the United States as suitable places in which to work and live.
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