The AAUP recently released its Annual
Report on the Economic Status of the Profession. Note especially a
supplemental data report entitled The
Employment Status of Instructional Staff Members in Higher Education, Fall 2011,
which compiles fall 2011 IPEDS data on employment status and provides breakouts
by institutional categories, gender, and race or ethnicity. This report adds to
the 2010 CAW survey
in efforts to develop comprehensive national data on working conditions,
careers, and compensation of academics in contingent appointments.
Job market stabilizes but with changes to
public institution programs
We are pleased to announce the release of
our second Jobs Report, tracking employment listing data in biblical,
religious, and theological studies from 2011 through 2012. This report adds to
the report released in November 2012 on data
from 2001 through 2010. While the findings may not be predictive, we hope
that you will find them instructive. We will continue to build and report on
such data that are important for SBL members in many ways.
View a summary and the key findings of the report, as well as the full report here:
Job Advertisement Data 2011-2012
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