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The LSA Directory of Linguistics Departments and Programs is a searchable database users can explore to find out more about linguistics and linguistics-related departments and programs at universities and colleges, primarily in North America. This directory is especially recommended for those seeking information about graduate degrees in linguistics.
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This post was republished and archived on June 28, 2017.
At present, academic jobs are scarce and they are likely to remain scarce for the remainder of the decade. On top of this, some people think that linguistics has been hit particularly hard. Getting even one job offer these days is an achievement. Do not allow academic elitism to deter you from taking a job that you feel fairly good about, or to make you dissatisfied with such a job.

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