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AdjunctNation Adjunct Salary Survey

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This is our Salary Survey.  Please feel free to share it using the social media buttons above.

This survey seeks to collect, compile, analyze and publish compensation data for non-tenured teaching faculty at individual U.S. colleges and universities.

AdjunctNation.com is conducting a series of surveys in order to collect information about the professional lives and work of the approximately 1,000,000 non-tenured teaching faculty hired by U.S. colleges and universities each semester.

The 15 question survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. We will compile and share analysis of the collected data with our readers and the broader higher education community.

This survey will be ongoing. However, we ask that individual respondents participate only once.

If you have any questions about the survey, please email editor@adjunctadvocate.com.

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5 Comments for “AdjunctNation Adjunct Salary Survey”

  1. Thanks for taking the survey.

  2. Much inconsistency in course rate. Adjunct faculty need recognition as an integral part of the university community.

  3. Hope that this leads to insights about adjunct teaching.

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