In our newest “how can we help you?” post, a reader writes:
I would be interested in hearing people’s impressions on the following issue: How much (and in what ways) does it matter for the purposes of partner hiring whether the partners in question are married (as opposed to “merely” being in the sort of committed relationship where seeking a partner hire makes sense)? Is it more difficult to secure a partner hire if you’re not married to your partner? If so, what’s the source of the difficulty? Bureaucratic constraints? Narrow-minded administrators? Narrow-minded hiring committees? All of the above?
Great questions. Anyone have any helpful experiences or insights to share?
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