[MARMAM] survey: non-academic job search experiences

Malcolm McCallum malcolm.mccallum.tamut at gmail.com
Wed Apr 9 15:40:37 PDT 2014

Several people said they would be interested, so I am posting a follow
up survey to the academic job search one I earlier posted.  This is
asking about your experience applying for non-academic jobs this past
year.  This is non-academic jobs only, so when you tally,  leave out
the academic jobs!!!  Also, it is filled out in a textbox format so
that you can clarify or add comments you feel are important relative
to interpreting your data.  :)

Here is the link!

Malcolm L. McCallum
Department of Environmental Studies
University of Illinois at Springfield

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