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Dual career resources are key to advancing women in academia. A Stanford University survey of 30,000 professors showed women in the academy more often face the dual career issue than men, because 40 percent of tenure-track professors who are women are married to other academics, compared to only 34 percent of tenure-track professors who are men. Additionally, the outcomes of a dual career job search have long-term consequences, as they can directly affect employee success and quality of life.
To bolster gender equity in your recruitment processes, explore the tools HERC provides to systemically address dual career challenges. Helping dual career couples is a central part of HERC's mission, and our work on this issue has been recognized by the American Council on Education, the American Association of University Professors, the American Psychological Association, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, Stanford University's Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and National Public Media's "Marketplace".Explore webinars and other resources on assistance for dual career couples below.
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Academic Couples: Opportunities and Strategies
Synopsis: Opportunities and strategies for dual career couples in academia.
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Synopsis: Opportunities and strategies for dual-career couples in academia.
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