Jean Dowdall explores how the downturn is likely to affect colleges looking to hire senior administrators, and their potential candidates.
Sometimes, in spite of trying to be helpful, spouses can hurt a job candidate's chances, writes Jean Dowdall.
The job application process is a little like Internet dating, writes Kevin Brown. Keep that in mind, he says, when putting together your cover letters.
Hiring workers from the corporate world to work in admissions, registrars’ and other offices requires managers and employees alike to think differently, writes Chuck Hurley.
It can be done: Judy Beth Morris describes how she finished her doctorate in three years, and how you can, too (if the stars align).
With college instructor jobs harder to come by, Kevin Brown lays out the advantages (and drawbacks) of working at independent secondary schools.
In Part 2 of a series, Kevin Brown offers advice about how to get a teaching job at a private secondary school.
Sabine Hikel considers the balance sheet on various times to cut your losses and look for a new career path.
Terri E. Givens considers why she took a vice provost's position -- and why she's going back to the faculty, at least for now.
Peg Boyle Single suggests ways to turn all of those articles, books and PDFs into chapters.
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