Princeton! They had nine job ads: eight postdocs and one assistant prof. Since the postdocs have names and institutes attached to them, I'm assuming the department doesn't do the selecting? How the heck does that work? (Clearly I wasn't fancy enough to win a named postdoc anywhere.) Who picks the Louis Skolnick Postdoctoral Research Associate? Surely it can't be the department doing the selecting. How the hell could any department do nine searches, even if eight are postdocs?
1. University of Chicago (three postdocs, two junior, one senior)
2. University of Pittsburgh (four open rank, one visiting fellowship, one junior)
3. Rice University (three open rank, two postdocs)
4. Stanford University (one open, one postdoc, one junior, one senior, one fixed-term junior)