With the changing of the times, comes the eventuality of succession. Baby boomers (people born between 1946-1960) have begun stepping down from the active job market. It is essential that society realizes the impact of this process.
If an institution is using adjunct nursing faculty and plans on converting some of them into full-time nursing faculty, it can be difficult. The majority of the educational qualifications are the same, however, the pay is not. A lot of adjunct instructors enjoy their adjunct status but would prefer the career benefits of being full-time […]
Teacher deficits are being felt across the board, but in the rural areas, the problem is confounded by the very fact that they are rural. In times past, for example, it would not be surprising to receive 150 applicants at a rural college for one open English position, today the number is more like 30 […]
You would think with the rising cost of tuition, (approximately twice the rate of inflation) college staff would be well paid and content. Unfortunately, the only entity benefiting from higher tuition is the college proper. Here are just a few reasons why adjunct professors and those they teach are suffering despite higher costs.
Community Colleges are responsible for teaching up to 70% of the college population, and even before the economic recession, they were struggling to make ends meet. Lower state funds has equaled drastic measures to cut cost while simultaneously raising tuition rates.
Healthcare is among the fastest growing of any profession. Each day however, many prospective students are unable to enter their profession of choice because of a shortage that most people aren’t aware of. There simply aren’t enough nursing educators to instruct them all. While the shortage of nursing staff is in high demand is well […]