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Survey of Teachers in Higher Education Institutions with Second Jobs
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Chinese Education and Society Volume 38, Number 6, ISSN 1061-1932

Abstract

It is quite common for teachers in higher education institutions to have a second job. Why do they have a second job? What sort of second jobs do they have? What effect, if any, does a second job have on teachers' professional development and on their main job? How do they feel about a second job? This article examines this topic and makes some recommendations. [This article was translated by Sue Wiles.]

Citation

Hanling, L. (2005). Survey of Teachers in Higher Education Institutions with Second Jobs. Chinese Education and Society, 38(6), 46-52. Retrieved January 18, 2020 from .

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