An Ontario study finds that universities in the province are not adequately preparing doctoral students for the reality that few of them will find jobs as professors.

Over the last decade, the number of students enrolled in PhD-level programs has doubled even as the demand for professors “does not even come close to meeting the supply.”

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PhD numbers have doubled but few graduates will find teaching jobs, Ontario study finds
Increasing number of doctoral students does not match low demand for professorial jobs

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