Review: Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education
by Vicki Urquhart
Who isn’t looking for a better job these days? More than 36 percent of 1,000-plus people polled by the U.K. career consultancy firm Penna Sanders & Sidney said that they spent part of the first day in a new job thinking about how to get a better one (Ragan Report, July 28). Given this statistic on first-day musings, it’s safe to say that most of us are regularly keeping abreast of new or better career opportunities. For a jobseeker in higher education, a periodical with a nationwide circulation, such as The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education (HO), can be a valuable resource.
For 13 years, HO has been tailoring its articles, reports, and commentaries to its Hispanic readership and others in the higher education community who are interested in Hispanic issues. When you subscribe for a year at $29.95, you receive 26 issues, and you’ll find a thick section of job ads in most issues. Community colleges and private universities are represented, and postings are almost exclusively for full-time faculty positions, but the section reflectshiring trends.
HO’s accompanying Web site at http://www.HispanicOutlook.com offers employment listings searchable by geographic area, and links to other employment resources on the
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