Leave a bad relationship, and your friends will congratulate you on walking away. But tell them you’re leaving academia, and they’ll probably pressure you to stay. Here’s how to politely explain yourself.
When I first heard the term “alt-ac,” I thought of supplementary insurance and spokesducks. It actually stands for “alternative academic” careers, but the comparison wasn’t too far off, really: For new Ph.D.s and those just now limping to the ends of their dissertations, many disciplines just released their first (and...
Ellie Kennedy's insight:
How attitudes within HE can sometimes discourage postgraduates from widening their career aspirations.
This looks like a great networking and support site for PhDs working outside Higher Ed. Nothing there yet about those with alt-academic careers inside HE, but we could join this network and start to change that.
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