Who Prepares Humanities Ph.D.’s for a Nonacademic Search?

During the Spring of 2013, Lilli Research Group surveyed 500 history PhDs about job market training available to them on their campus.  Our results were published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.  Read the article here, and view the results from the study

Sample Group
Who took our study? We break down our sample group by school, area of specialization, and year of enrolment.

Who provides job market training?
University wide, where do students find information about careers and how to prepare for the job market?

How helpful are advisors in training students for academic teaching positions and non-academic jobs?

What type of job market training – academic and non-academic – do departments provide students.

Career Services
What do career services provide PhD students to help them in their job search.