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I'd like to hear from any college profs on this list about career
satisfaction, job market, etc.
I've worked for almost 15 years as a tech writer and I'm considering one
of those mid-life career changes -- not a crisis, though. I've taught a
couple of community college speech courses as an adjunct and I've really
enjoyed the experience. Any advice about PhD, dissertations, getting