Engaging with precarity: the fatiguing job seeking journey of an early career anthropologist
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Based on personal experience, this paper shows how shifting and precarious conditions in the labour market impact early career researchers. In particular, it focuses on how visa regimes, citizenship and class difference, and access to “safety nets”, together with structural conditions, impact academic opportunities and daily life differently in Western and Eastern Europe, and how they impose mobility.
Keywords:Academic Precarity / Social Inequalities / Safety Nets / Imposed Mobility
Source:Revista de Dialectología y Tradiciones Populares, 2018, LXXIII,, 1
- Instituto de Lengua Literatura y Antropología CSIC