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Getting and Negotiating Academic Job Offers

Are you in the process of searching for academic positions? Are you wondering how the hiring process works for a faculty position? Do you want to know if you are able to negotiate academic job offers, and if so, how? Hear from newly appointed faculty members at MIT to learn about how they successfully navigated the process and from an experienced MIT faculty member speaking from the hiring committee perspective.

Organized by the MIT Global Education and Career Development Office (GECD); recorded by the Office of the Dean for Graduate Education.

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