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Getting a raise in academia

Posted by: on Apr 10, 2008 | No Comments

All you have to do, apparently, is switch jobs. Which, of course, generally means moving to a different region. Salary compression and salary inversion mean that the later you are hired, the more you proportionally make.

On the other hand, don’t cry too hard for us — academia is the last bastion of lifelong employment thanks to tenure.

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