Universities in South Korea are increasingly hiring faculty members off the tenure track, The Korea Herald reported. Universities say that they are pressured to hire more full-time faculty members, but lack the funds to hire those who would be eligible for tenure. The non-tenure-track faculty members are hired for one or two years, and must be renewed to stay on, and they are paid about half of what tenure-track faculty are paid.
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