Can you negotiate an academic job offer? Here is help?


#VitaeWednesday Webinar
FEATURING: Karen Kelsky
If you missed our live webinar, you’re in luck—it was recorded and is available for sale!
 

At the moment you receive an offer, you have invaluable leverage to improve elements such as salary, startup, moving support, teaching load, and so on—leverage you may not have again.

Karen Kelsky, founder of The Professor Is In, advises over 100 negotiating clients each year on how to do better, and she says she routinely sees two types of people:

  • insecure clients who are afraid to ask for what they deserve
  • over-entitled clients who demand too much
Remember: all future institutional raises are calculated based on the initial salary. How’s that $40 investment sounding now? Purchase this webinar recording and learn how to negotiate your best offer.
Watch the webinar
Karen Kelsky SPEAKER
Karen Kelsky is the Founder and President of The Professor Is In, which provides advice and consulting services on the academic job search and all elements of the academic and post-academic career. She speaks nationally and internationally on topics related to Ph.D. professionalization, and is a weekly columnist at Chronicle Vitae. Her latest book is The Professor Is In: The Essential Guide to Turning Your Ph.D. Into a Job (Random House 2015).

To register for more upcoming webinars
and view webinar recordings, visit us on ChronicleVitae.
 
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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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