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30+ days ago

Research Associate

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

As a member of the Caruthers Laboratory, at the University of Colorado Boulder you will join a multidisciplinary team developing state-of-the-art… Beyond.com


3 days ago

CIRES/GMD Research Associate – new

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) is seeking a Research Associate to support… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Research Associate - Geomorphology-ecology modeling

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

The Research Associate (Post-doctoral researcher) will be based at INSTAAR at the CU Boulder campus, and will work… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

CIRES/PSD Research Associate Hydrologic Science

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

CIRES Research Associate (post-doctoral researcher): Hydrologic Science… ) at the University of Colorado, Boulder is seeking a Research Associate (post… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

CIRES/SWPC Research Associate (post-doctoral researcher)

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder seeks applications for a… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

CIRES/CSD Research Associate: Black Carbon

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

CIRES/CSD Research Associate The Cooperative Institute for Research… be appointed as a CIRES Research Associate (Research Beyond.com


30+ days ago

CIRES/CSD Research Associate: Biological Aerosols

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Studies (CIRES) is seeking an innovative thinker to participate and advance measurements of… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

CIRES/PSD Research Associate Marine Ecosystems

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

include diagnosing and explaining climate variability and change that can impact marine ecosystems. The focus will be on understanding changes in the… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

CIRES/PSD Research Associate -Statistical Methods

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

The applicant would apply advanced statistical methods to construct dynamical knowledge from observational data and also from climate model… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

CIRES/GMD Research Associate (post-doctoral researcher)

University of Colorado Boulder, CO

CIRES/NOAA ESRL GMD Research Associate (Post-doctoral Researcher) Position… improve their model and retrieval procedures. This is a Research Associate Beyond.com


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    Pros

    Relatively easy to get a temporary, low-paying job for textbook rush at the beginning of each semester. Great campus with many opportunities for the intellectually inclined. Benefits are excellent. Many highly educated colleagues and whip-smart students. Great location and excellent cafeteria in the same building.

    Cons

    Bookstores in general and academic bookstores specifically suffer under the increase in textbook prices. Students aren't buying as much as they used to, and there are cheaper alternatives like Inter-Library Loan, ebooks, borrowing from other students, etc. Profit margin is slim on textbooks and decreasing all the time. The change in the retail book market isn't going to get better. Ever. Few opportunities for personal growth, promotions, or professional development now (was great about ten years ago). Management has saved ongoing monies over time by firing (or letting retire) many employees and not promoting anyone to take their place(s), just redistributing the work to remaining employees with no increase in pay nor job title/rank. Capitalism, nepotism, and cronyism. Management is heavily imbalanced toward men.

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    Work on growing employees professionally and paying them better. The cost of living in Boulder is high and your wages have stagnated.

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