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Re: Trouble Thinking of Loops Beyond the Initial Loop
That's correct. I once was the student member of a tenure committee at a
university. Salaries vary wildy depending on field and level of
professorship. The highest I've heard in the arts in this neck of the
was about $90K, for a full professor and tenured, with two doctorates. But
in general, I don't think professors makes as much as they deserve, in my
opinion...and I would especially make this comments for K-12 teachers.
amazing what folks get paid for educating the future of our country. Quite
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Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 5:20 PM
Subject: Re: Trouble Thinking of Loops Beyond the Initial Loop
> Depends on your field and location. I know people in the sciences that
> make that as post-docs.
>> On Jun 12, 2007, at 5:52 PM, Krispen Hartung wrote:
>>> Cripes, man... you should be teaching at a university, making $70K
>>> a year.
>> Please tell me what universities pay 70K a year, so I can get a job