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SHOOTS AND LADDERS IN THE ACADEMIC JOB SEARCH

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This paper originates from a happy hour debate several years ago between students who thought the job market for SLAT graduates was limited and those who maintained a more optimistic view. Having recently completed a successful tenure-track job search, I thought the time was right to share what insights I was able to glean from the process with other SLAT candidates and perhaps persuade the happy-hour nay-sayers that there is every reason to remain confident about employment prospects upon graduation from the SLAT program.

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Wurr, A. J., (2002) “SHOOTS AND LADDERS IN THE ACADEMIC JOB SEARCH”, Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching 9, p.1-18.

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Adrian J. Wurr (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

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