Academics might want to withdraw as a finalist for a job if chances are low they will be hired or if their family is not ready to embrace a move, writes Texas Tech University professor David Perlmutter. In this commentary, he outlines other reasons for withdrawing, including potential negative reactions from colleagues or superiors.
Why academics should withdraw from job interviews
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