Fairleigh Dickenson Prof Maps Adjunct Pay Nationwide

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Richard Nisa is an Assistant Professor of Geography at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He has created an interactive  map “exploring the relationships between adjunct instructor pay (taken from the most recent data submitted to the Chronicle of Higher Education’s The Adjunct Project) and state minimum wage data.” The data compare the average per course pay and then show how many courses would be necessary to teach to reach the equivalent of one year of full-time work (2,080 hours) at the state’s minimum wage. For instance, at Ithaca College in New York, where the tuition tops $38,000 per year, adjuncts and part-time faculty reported earning $3,833 […]
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