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Personally, I regard the APA as a corrupt and mostly useless organization. (This is the exception, not the rule, in academia.) The bright spot is JAPA, which has published a couple interesting articles since its inception a few years ago. But other than that, I do not see what valued-added the APA provides to our profession.

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It looks like there exists a committee on non-academic careers, although it appears to be in a kind of existential crisis: http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.apaonline.org/resource/resmgr/2015-2016_committee_reports/2015-16non-academic.pdf

Meanwhile, the committee on academic careers is busying itself with other things, since it appears it no longer has a job to do re: connecting candidates with departments:

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