In Japan, Limited-Term Faculty Shoulder the Workload

A nationwide survey of foreign professors in Japan reveals that those who do the most work are younger, less experienced teachers either on limited-term or part-time contracts, rather than tenured professors. The survey also found that nearly a third of all such professors are not covered by public pension programs because of either a lack […]
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