The American Academy of Religion (AAR) and the Scholarly Communications Institute (SCI) are “collecting data to analyze alternative academic employment data — a career category now commonly called ‘alt-ac’ — and add to the scanty statistics available for nonprofessorial job placement in general. The data seeks to address the concerns of two main constituencies: professors and program administrators on one hand, and graduate students themselves on the other. The surveys are limited to the humanities and social sciences.”
If you are a graduate student or you have completed graduate studies in the humanities or social sciences, but you did not find a job in traditional academia, this survey is for you.
If you’d like to participate go here.