Frances Woolley on PhD Job Demand in Canada

“Every year, Ontario universities graduate over 2,000 new PhDs, but generate perhaps half that number of new jobs for professors. Academic reform advocates Ian Clark, David Trick and Richard Van Loon have looked at these numbers, and concluded Ontario has a problem: “the increase in supply of PhDs has vastly outstripped the increase in demand for new full-time professors.”

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