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Victor Ray On "The Racialization Of Academic Funding"

Note: this blog post was originally published on our career advice column on Inside Higher Ed. Dr. Victor Ray is an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. 975 more words

Research And Writing

The One Tool Every Job Seeker Needs in their Arsenal

Looking for a tool that will add a new dimension to your job search? Partnering with a (free) employment service, like AppleOne, will enhance your job search and provide you with the personalized assistance that every job seeker needs. 281 more words

The reality struck harder than it appeared.

Post-secondary education was touted to be the ticket to a better life, and yet I find myself looking for work after graduating a few years before. 710 more words


Reminder to join the conversation "Where Historians Work: A View from Early America"

Do you hold a PhD in early American history/literature/architectural history/art history/etc. or a related field, and have you chosen a career outside of the professoriate? The Junto wants to hear from you! 184 more words


Federal economic growth council to unveil recommendations ahead of budget

OTTAWA – The Trudeau government’s group of economic advisers will release a new set of recommendations today that could help shape the upcoming federal budget. 171 more words


Could executive orders to revive Dakota Access and Keystone XL create more jobs?

In the early days of his administration, President Donald J. Trump signed what some consider to be controversial executive orders to revive the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines. 527 more words

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Where Historians Work: A View from Early America

Recently the American Historical Association published Where Historians Work: An Interactive Database of History PhD Career Outcomes, “the only interactive, discipline-specific, and cross-institutional database of career outcomes for PhDs.” Using data collected from AHA directories and on the web, “Where Historians Work” presents a robust statistical overview of the varied employment sought by History PhDs from more than 30 degree-granting intuitions. 463 more words