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We have used the APS Physics Jobs Center for multiple positions over the past couple of years. Generally, this is where we post openings for both tenure & non-tenure full-time instructors for the Department of Physics at Texas State University. I found the online site quite easy to use and received qualified applicants from these postings."
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