The Aging of Full-time U.S. Medical School Faculty: 1967-2007
This in-depth analysis examines why U.S. medical school faculty
are getting older. The report shows that average faculty age is
rising in every department, regardless of degree, rank or
demographic, despite a 700% increase in the total number of faculty
over the past 40 years.
The report cites numerous causes for the trend, including
continuing (retained) faculty and higher attrition rates among
women and minority faculty.
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