Contingent Faculty in US are Older, Unhappy, and Untenured

Recently the TIAA Institute published a national survey of over five hundred “adjunct faculty” in the US, the equivalent of “sessional faculty” in Canadian universities: “Some have professional work experience, while others are academics who have a Master’s degree or a doctorate.” Among the results, the survey indicated that the majority of adjuncts are over 40 years …

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