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Day job: Labor economist studying personnel, public policy. Postdoc at @PrincetonEcon, @NYFedResearch in '22 Night job: serial quilt-maker, black belt, mom 2x
Jan 9 10 tweets 2 min read
Thoughts specifically for Remote flyouts. Third of 3 threads on flyouts. If you are given the option between in person and remote, ceteris paribus, in person is probably better.

(Obviously in the current environment, ceteris is not paribis, but I can’t speak to your specific situation)
Jan 9 7 tweets 1 min read
A thread on In-Person flyouts. A complement to the main thread on flyouts. Maximize the number of days you can be in the same location. Try to schedule two flyouts in the same city without going back home in between if you can.

Folks sleep poorly your first night in a new environment.…
Jan 9 16 tweets 4 min read
A handful of thoughts on flyouts for job market candidates.
One of three 🧵s – threads 2 and 3 have tips specific to in-person flyouts and remote flyouts

#EconTwitter #EconJobMarket #AcademicTwitter #AcademicChatter You have two goals in a flyout:

Primarily, you are still angling for an offer and therefore should mostly focus on making a good impression.

Yet you also need to gather enough information so that you know your own preferences.
Dec 17, 2021 10 tweets 2 min read
Here is a list of questions I received most often during (first round) interviews, per request. Hope the list helps this year’s JMCs prep
#EconTwitter #EconJobMarket
🧵 Questions about the JMP:

clarifications? What’s the significance/contribution? What are the shortcomings? How would you enhance it & (implicitly) what is stopping you from doing so? What is your main policy implication?
Dec 10, 2021 6 tweets 1 min read
Emily Dickinson -- five poems for researchers.
Born today in 1830.
A short 🧵 E Dickinson on growth mindset/imposter syndrome
We never know how high we are
Till we are called to rise;
And then, if we are true to plan,
Our statures touch the skies—
The Heroism we recite
Would be a daily thing,
Did not ourselves the Cubits warp
For fear to be a King—
Dec 8, 2021 25 tweets 6 min read
Here’s a data download for first round interviews. Wisdom I received and things I learned along the way when I was on the JM last year. Please feel free to add your 2c! (I’ll post my notes on flyouts soon)
long 🧵 1/x
#EconTwitter #EconJobMarket Your goal is to convince them that you are smart, competent, & kind, that you have an interesting pipeline of work, that you would be a great colleague, and that you will come if they offer you a job. (Insight from @lkatz42)