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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Columbia Spectator Online: Is Your PhD Worth the Work? "The prospects are grim for students considering PhDs. Almost two-thirds of history PhDs in 2004 could not find permanent employment, according to the American Historical Association, and those who earn doctorates in other humanities departments face similarly daunting numbers. But for those committed to their field, the slim odds of becoming a tenured professor do not deter them."
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The Coalition of Graduate Employee Unions is a loose-knit coalition of labor unions in the USA and Canada that represents graduate students employed as teachers, researchers, and administrative staff.