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The academic job search handbook

This new edition gives specific advice on positioning oneself in the current tight market, including participating effectively in conferences, learning about openings, handling telephone interviews, and negotiating offers. The authors discuss the use of the Internet both to locate positions and to communicate with colleagues and potential employers at all stages of the search. New samples of vitas, cover letters, abstracts, and statements of teaching philosophy, and an up-to-date appendix of scholarly and professional associations (including Web addresses) are also included.

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  • "Provides specific advice on all aspects of job-seeking in an increasingly tight academic market, from the appropriate timetable for the application process, to illegal or odd interview questions, to negotiating offers, starting a new job, seeking tenure, and everything in between. New information in the third edition includes more examples and advice for candidates in scientific and technical fields, as well as more references for those applying for adjunct positions and to community colleges. A new chapter and some of the all-new sample written materials reflect the reality that many new Ph.D.s are considering career options outside academia. The sample materials also include more examples of the "teaching philosophies" now commonly asked for in job ads. This edition offers expanded information on internet search methods and more examples of useful websites."
  • "This new edition gives specific advice on positioning oneself in the current tight market, including participating effectively in conferences, learning about openings, handling telephone interviews, and negotiating offers. The authors discuss the use of the Internet both to locate positions and to communicate with colleagues and potential employers at all stages of the search. New samples of vitas, cover letters, abstracts, and statements of teaching philosophy, and an up-to-date appendix of scholarly and professional associations (including Web addresses) are also included."@en

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  • "Handbooks, manuals, etc."
  • "Handbooks, manuals, etc."@en
  • "Livres électroniques."
  • "Electronic books."@en

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  • "The academic job search handbook /"
  • "The academic job search handbook"
  • "The academic job search handbook"@en