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The Uneven Climb from College to Career

Ask students why they go to college, and they cite one reason more often than any other: To get a better job.Yet students’...

Race, Ethnicity, and Gender of Full-Time Faculty Members at More Than 3,300 Institutions

The sortable table below shows the percentages of full-time faculty members who were members of specific racial and ethnic groups at degree-granting colleges...

‘This Is Life-Changing’

What it's like to be an academic with long Covid.By Megan Zahneis ...

‘Flexible Work Is Not the New Norm,’ One University Says

A new report from the University of Iowa offers one take on the future of the higher-ed workplace — namely, that flexible work...

Community-College Enrollment Is Falling. But These Majors Are Growing Fast.

About three times a week, Samantha Nigbor steers her parents’ 2006 Chevy Trailblazer out of their family farm and drives to Appleton, Wis.,...

How Much Has Noninstructional Employee Pay Changed Over Time?

Here’s a sector-by-sector look at changes in average annual pay for workers in noninstructional jobs from 2012-13 to 2020-21. Jobs that fall into...

What Are the Demographics of Noninstructional Staff at Colleges?

Statistical snapshots of the gender, race, and ethnicity of all noninstructional college staff, including office and administrative support, business and financial operations, maintenance,...

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