If you didn’t get that job…

Inside Higher Education has a column with the absolutely standard advice about what to do and how to move on.  As far as I can see, it shouldn’t surprise you unless you are a complete novice.  Still, as I remember, after a failed interview one’s beliefs are pretty jumbled, and the article should help you get back to reality.

Hyperlinks aren’t working for me right now, but the article is here:  http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2011/01/19/kelly

Do look at the comments, some of which are very apt.  E.g., inside candidates who are long term adjuncts are going to have a very hard time.

One thought on “If you didn’t get that job…

  1. Getting a job is tough in this climate. I am letting everyone know that there are a lot of jobs overseas teaching English. The pay is enough to live on plus a little and you get to travel! No language skills required except English. It is best to have a college degree, but not absolutely necessary. The only necessary requirement is a TESOL certificate.

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