Company Name:

Center for Retirement Research at Boston College

Location:

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Approximate Salary:

$28,000 Per Year

Job Category:

Fellowship, Researcher

Work Setting:

University/4-Year College

Position Type:

Contract

Required Experience:

Entry Level

Required Education:

ABD

Posted

November 1, 2018

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2019 Sandell Grants and Dissertation Fellowships

Opportunity for junior scholars and PhD candidates to pursue research on retirement income and disability policy. Up to three grants awarded to each program. Read guidelines and apply online through January 31, 2019: http://crr.bc.edu/about-us/grant-programs

Company Name:

Center for Retirement Research at Boston College

Location:

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Approximate Salary:

$28,000 Per Year

Job Category:

Fellowship

Work Setting:

University/4-Year College

Position Type:

Contract

Required Experience:

Entry Level

Required Education:

ABD

Posted

November 1, 2018

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