Note: The hyperlinked entries below point only to freely available on-line content; a number of other citations, however, are available through licensed databases.
Association of College and Research Libraries, Ad Hoc Task Force on Recruitment & Retention Issues. Recruitment, Retention & Restructuring: Human Resources in Academic Libraries: A White Paper, Final Draft, May 20, 2002.
Berry, John W. “Addressing the Recruitment and Diversity Crisis.” American Libraries, 33:2 (2002), 7.
Chmelir, Lynn. “Got a Secret? Pass It on…Recruiting New Librarians.” College and Research Libraries News, 64:6 (2003): 395-7.
Council for Aid to Education, and Commission on National Investment in Higher Education. Breaking the Social Contract: The Fiscal Crisis in Higher Education. Council for Aid to Education, 1997.
Crowley, Bill. "Just another Field?" Library Journal, 129:18 (2004), 44-6.
Dorner, Lisa. “Starting all Over again? You Must Be an English Graduate!” The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, 27:1 (1994).117-9.
Fennewald, Joseph and John Stachacz. “Recruiting Students to Careers in Academic Libraries: One Chapter’s Approach.” College & Research Libraries News, 66:2 (Feb. 2005), 120-122.
Harralson, David M. “Recruitment in Academic Libraries: Library Literature in the 90s.” College and Undergraduate Libraries, 8:1 (2001), 41-74.
Herrera, Luis. "More Action Figures Wanted." Public Libraries, 43:3 (2004), 139.
Hewitt, Joe A., Barbara B. Moran, and Mari E. Marsh. “Finding our Replacements: One Institution’s Approach to Recruiting Academic Librarians.” Portal, 3:2 (2003), 179-89.
Hisle, W. Lee. “Top Issues Facing Academic Libraries.” College & Research Libraries News, 63:10 (2002), 714.
Huber, Bettina J. “Recent Trends in the Modern Language Job Market.” Profession (1994), 87-105.
Kaufman, Paula T. “Where Do the Next 'We' Come from? Recruiting, Retaining, and Developing Our Successors.” ARL, 221 (2002), 1-5.
Kitchell, Kenneth Francis. Careers for Classicists. American Philological Association, 1999.
Lynch, Mary Jo. “Reaching 65: Lots of Librarians Will Be There Soon.” American Libraries, 33:3 (2002), 55-6.
MLA Committee on Professional Employment. Final Report. New York: The Committee, 1997.
Modern Language Association. “The Modern Language Job Market: Available Positions and New Degree Recipients.” MLA Newsletter, 29:2 (1997), A1-8.
Morton, Andrew, Linda Fairtile, and Rachel Frick. "Active Recruitment within Academic Libraries.” Virginia Libraries, 49:4 (2003): 10-2.
Nelson, Cary. "Graduate Studies and the Job Market." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 115:5 (2000), 1200-2.
Paulson, Keri-Lynn. "Recruitment, Education, and Retention of Librarians: A Response to the Top Issues.” College & Research Libraries News, 64:2 (2003), 89.
Pollock, Ronald D. “A Marketing Approach to Recruiting Librarians.” In Strategic Marketing in Library and Information Science. Haworth Information Press, 2002.
Revels, Ira, LeRoy J. LaFleur, and Ida T. Martinez. “Taking Library Recruitment a Step Closer: Recruiting the Next Generation of Librarians.” The Reference Librarian, 82 (2003), 157-69.
Showalter, English, and Modern Language Association of America. The MLA Guide to the Job Search: A Handbook for Departments and for PhDs and PhD Candidates in English and Foreign Languages. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1996.
Tennant, Roy. "The Digital Librarian Shortage." Library Journal, 127:5 (2002), 32.
Van Fleet, Connie, and Danny P. Wallace. "O Librarian, Where Art Thou?" Reference and User Services Quarterly, 41:3 (2002), 215-7.
Wilder, Stanley J. Demographic Change in Academic Librarianship. Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries, 2003.
Wilder, Stanley J. "New Hires in Research Libraries: Demographic Trends and Hiring Priorities.” ARL, 221 (2002), 5-8.
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