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I work part-time. I only work 2 nights a week. 10 hours per week

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Never, I received 1 raise and 1 raise take away in the 5 years of working there. However, that was over 7 years ago, so maybe things have changed.

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It continues to expand it career education and has an excellent relationship with area employers - companies come to the college to recruit new employees - plus the cost of an education for state residents is extremely reasonable for the quality of education received.

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Not long if current instructor recommends - long waiting list if new to the area or higher education

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Pace of work determined by semester calendar, reasonable work load for instructors.

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Work environment is collaborative and inclusive, unusual experience for adjunct insructors.

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I rather work day shift

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I used to love it, but my supervisor has made it a poisonous atmosphere.

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I was no longer given classes. I was not given an explanation as to why I was no longer given classes.

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I am proud to have worked there, and would explore working there again if an appropriate opportunity should arise.

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