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Resources for Job Seekers in the Academic Market

This page compiles my posts on how to prepare documents and oneself for the academic job market.

How to prepare a research statement and develop a research trajectory

Both of these documents are useful to researchers, but the research statement is usually submitted as part of a job application packet, and the research trajectory is useful as our career progresses, as a living document. In this blog post I discuss both documents.

A few common mistakes that I’ve seen in academic job market applications

It’s hard to provide academic job market advice since the number of tenure-track positions is quickly dwindling. However, I figured this post might be helpful to those who are seeking those positions.

How to write an academic CV

I have chaired a few searches and participated in several others, so I wrote this blog post to provide some guidance on how to write academic CVs, using examples from scholars at all stages of their careers.


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