THE BUREAUCRATIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION: “Every other year, data released by the Education Departmentâ€™s National Center for Education Statistics provide a snapshot of the growth of part-time positions in the professoriate. This year â€” an off-year for that data â€” the federal statistics provide evidence for another shift, in which the majority of full-time professional employees in higher education are in administrative rather than [faculty] jobs. In the fall of 2004, 50.6 of professional full-time employees in higher education (excluding medical schools) were faculty members. In the fall of 2006, for which data were released Tuesday, 48.6 percent of professional, full-time jobs in higher education were held by faculty members.”
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