Kizmet is correct. Where is get your degree is only one of many factors involved in hiring. Hiring is a very subjective activity, so it is likely that you will run into people who do not like online degrees. Research is showing that these folks are diminishing. The best advice that I can give is to find the program that works best for you and amass the experience and other credentials that will make you competitive in your discipline. Walden PhD grads would have trouble getting full-time tenure-track positions at brick and mortar universities. However, in virtually any other setting, there is a good chance of acceptance. Walden has the reputation of providing excellently designed online courses. When I am considering candidates for adjunct faculty for my online courses, I consider someone with an online degree to be at an advantage. Of course, as a dean over online programs, I am not your traditional hiring director.