Articles for dual-career couples
Listed below are links to articles about the dual-career dilemma and conducting a successful dual-career search.
- A couple of worries
- A dual search falters
- What to do about the "two-body problem"
- Flying lovers and ugly glasses
- Gay, Christian and Conservative
- How to Cope on the Market as an Academic Couple
- Job Sharing on the Tenure Track
- The Dual-Career Divorce
- The Endless Trade-offs of an Academic Marriage
- The Perfect Offer
- The Trailing Spouse Track
- Two can make it, too
- Two Men and a Teenager: Career Considerations of a Same-Sex Couple
- Was It a Mistake to Apply as a Couple?
- Whose Career Should Be No. 2?
Additional online articles for dual-career couples:
- Academic Couples (Canadian) by Harriet Eisenkraft University Affairs.ca 2004.
- Dual-Career Couples by Etienne S. Benson in GradPsych Volume 4, Number 1, January 2006.
- Dual-Career Scientific Couples: Relocating Both of You by David Jensen ScienceCareers.Org.
- Love and the "Two-Body Problem" by Valerie Jamieson in PhysicsWeb.org October 2001.
- Love In (and Out of) Academe by Shari Wilson Inside Higher Ed.com 2005.
- Meeting the Needs of Dual-Career Couples in Academia by Michelle Fleig-Palmer. CUPA-HR Journal v. 54 no3 Fall/Winter 2003 p. 12-15.
- Strange Bedfellows: Does Academic Life Lead to Divorce? by Christina Boufis, Salon Magazine, March 24, 1999.
- Two Academic Careers and One Fulfilling Job by Elisabeth and Lewis Perry The Chronicle Review March 17, 2000.
- Quintessential Careers: Q&A with Michelle Fleig-Palmer in QuintZine at www.quintcareers.com