Averroes MD Posted January 26, 2021 Share Posted January 26, 2021 (edited) How hard is it to "land" such gigs at a major university? For those of us who may be geographically restricted and have another source of income, this is probably an option to consider as a "back up." But, is even this a difficult back up to get? What about at one's own university? And what is the difference in all of these roles? Adjunct = class by class basis, unstable because of that Instructor = Is this for language instruction only? Lecturer = full-time, teaching heavy, & only a few years of job stability? Have I got this right? Anyone have any experience of such jobs? Also, does it really affect your ability to do research & be taken seriously by fellow academics? Thanks! P.S. Also, can you be a perennial post-doc? Edited January 26, 2021 by Averroes MD grammar Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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