Tagged with Affordable Care Act

Invisible No Longer

It was in 1993 that a book titled “The Invisible Faculty” was published and commanded the attention of college officials from around the country. The book seized on what was then a fast-growing but barely examined trend reshaping the higher education landscape: the burgeoning role of adjunct, part-time professors being hired as college administrators scoured … Continue reading

Job Growth Under Health Care Reform to Benefit Minorities

A new analysis of health care job growth, stimulated in large part by the rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010, estimates that over the next 10 years the health care sector will see 4.6 million new positions, or a 31 percent increase from current employment levels, open up in the U.S. economy. … Continue reading