December 6, 2012
Most Professors Say They've Considered Quitting Over Work-Life Conflicts
Work-life conflicts have caused roughly three out of every four assistant professors to think about leaving their institution, according to the results of a new survey.
For some assistant professors, leaving their institution isn't enough to solve their work-life problems. Almost 45 percent of those surveyed said they could see themselves leaving academe altogether. Meanwhile, 65 percent of full professors
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