The academic library job market: a content analysis comparing public and technical services

@inproceedings{Reser1992TheAL,
  title={The academic library job market: a content analysis comparing public and technical services},
  author={David W. Reser and Anita P. Schuneman},
  year={1992}
}
This study analyzes the differences between public and technical services positions as described in job advertisements. Eleven hundred thirty-three jobs advertised by 480 institutions in 1988 were examined using content analysisto determine differences in the levels of computer skills, foreign-language requirements, previous work experience, educational requirements, and minimum salary offered. Analysis of the data included cross-tabulation and tests to determine statistical significance… CONTINUE READING

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