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Hiring Freezes Chill Academic Careers

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Hiring Freezes Chill Academic Careers

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Hiring Freezes Chill Academic Careers

Hiring Freezes Chill Academic Careers

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The slowing economy has forced many colleges to impose hiring freezes. And that is making a normally tough search for academic positions even tougher. Rebecca Reynolds, a postdoctoral scholar at Syracuse University, talks with Alex Cohen about the challenge of applying for university teaching jobs in a tough economy.

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