December 5, 2012
Michigan Union's Report Challenges Assumptions About Adjuncts' Pay
The union representing adjunct instructors at the University of Michigan has published a report that disputes the idea its members deserve to be earning appreciably less than tenure-track faculty members, and argues that their salaries need to rise by an average of about 40 percent for them to be paid equally for the same work.
The Lecturers' Employee Organization, which represents more than
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