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Words on Employment after the PhD

Nijay Gupta posted another interview in his monograph series, this time with C. Beetham. PhD students, listen close: Beetham says:

About halfway through the program at Wheaton, my wife and I began to think through together what might be next.  At that time I read somewhere that there were nearly ten PhDs for every biblical studies post in the States.  Moreover, as I job surfed on the web, it seemed that every seminary or university or college I looked at mentioned that they wanted at least five years of experience in teaching, as well as a CV of written works, of which I had neither.

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