The world of higher education has long seemed like the land of ideal working conditions — tenured professors teaching classes on a leafy campus, with sabbaticals and such as the norm — but like the rest of the working world, even post-secondary institutions have had to come to grips with modern economic realities.

The impact of employees staying longer in the workforce has hit academic institutions hard, as many colleges and universities also try to figure out how to effectively track part-time instructors’ hours or provide retirement help to increase lifetime income for all employees.

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