Health Insurance: Putting Adjunct Faculty in the Picture

by Jo Gibson Right now,” Diane said, sitting at her desk in the adjunct faculty offices, “I’d probably faint dead away if I were offered health insurance through my job. This is no joke. As an adjunct, I feel like I’m in the only profession that allows me to be a professional, while continuing to live like an undergraduate. So I’m going after an M.A. in Counseling. I want to diversify my skills, but I’m also looking for job security and benefits, too. Of course,” she deadpanned, “right now I feel like I’m taking a second ‘vow of poverty,’ not […]
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