• Programs are encouraging their students to pursue internships and other diverse experiences that might prepare them for nonacademic jobs.
  • Not everyone is on board with career-diversity reforms: To many critics, such efforts are academe’s way to justify the continued production of doctorates.
  • Change does not have to be radical. The American Historical Association, for example, is urging programs to infuse existing curricula with broad skills that are helpful to students regardless of their career track.

https://www.chronicle.com/article/These-PhD-Programs-Pay-More/242666?cid=gs&utm_source=gs&utm_medium=en&elqTrackId=bb8a778c44fe44d78ddbe355d1575aa9&elq=5feb239210194ef4a11c6387840920ea&elqaid=18088&elqat=1&elqCampaignId=8056

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