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  1. Individual Salary is Not Enough

    Individual Salary is Not Enough: Measuring the Well-Being of Recent College Graduates in Sociology examines the outcomes of a baccalaureate degree in sociology. The authors find that income, the most widely-used degree outcome measure, is inadequate as a sole predictor of college outcomes, including job satisfaction, holding a professional job, experiencing on-the-job advancement, and participating in civic life. Learning sociological skills and methods appears to be more important. (Corrected version October 2016)

  2. Trends in Academic Hiring Through 2015

    This research report describes the number and types of academic sociology positions advertised in the ASA Job Bank and other sources during 2015, as well as the results of a follow-up survey on the outcomes of searches to fill those positions.

  3. Positions Advertised in the ASA Job Bank in 2016 and 2017

    This report analyzes the position advertisements in the ASA Job Bank in 2016 and 2017. For the first time, data on both academic and non-academic jobs are presented.

  4. Positions Advertised in the ASA Job Bank in 2018

    This report analyzes the position advertisements in the ASA Job Bank in 2018.