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Something to Liven Your Spirits: Allison Young, "Sh-Boom (Life Could Be a Dream)"

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Backwoods_Sleuth9/12/2020 4:42:31 pm PDT

re: #160 Kamrade Teddy’s Person

When you look at the fact that 60-70% of college instructors are adjunct (basically the gig economy for higher education), college administrators were similar to chicken plant bosses before covid.

When I was an adjunct, my pay was generally $1200 per semester/class. Generally worked out to about $7200 a year for 12 hours/week in class instruction, plus prep work, grading and office hours.

Yeah…minor leagues with no chance for tenure (and a real salary) without a PiledHigher&Deeper.