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Not good.






I believe that in the last 20+ years they have not placed someone in a major research university in the USA (best placement in the US was at Northern Illinois). Does seem fairly marketable in Europe/Canada/Asia though.


As a general rule, in order to break into the US market, you need a Ph.D. from a US school (obviously there are exceptions however, but they are rare). Of course, the US isn't the end all be all of the market, but it does cut you market virtually in half. 

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