Every week we scour the Internet to find the best industry transition articles for PhDs, so you don’t have to.
We have two consultants independently search for the most informative articles on networking, CVs/resumes, interviews, transferable skills, academic blues, industry positions, and business acumen.
Our consultants vote on a top article for each category and for a top overall article each week. This week’s best articles are…
TOP 7 Tips And Tricks To Get The Most Out Of Networking Events – Mitch Olson
5 Networking Tips For Introverts – Dev Modi
3 Resume Tips For Older Career Changers – Silvia Giltner
How To Write A Resume To Appeal To Robot Recruiters – Bernard Marr
4 Tips To Ace Phone Interviews (Plus 8 Practice Interview Questions) – Elizabeth Lundin
A Former Recruiter’s View On Interview Follow Up – Jared Redick
TOP 7 Skills Every Leader Needs In Times Of Disruption – Simon Freakley
Should You Apply For A Job You’re Not Qualified For? – Daniel B. Kline
11 Top Skills For Resume To Land Remote Jobs – Sireesha Narumanchi
TOP 10 Professional Development Tips To Take Your Career To The Next Level – Lauren Pope
The Many And Diverse Roles Of A Research Scientist – Christiana Crook
Changing Your Career Path? Here’s What You Need To Remember – Jessica Mendez
TOP When Business Analytics Meets Machine Learning – Maxim Scherbak
Here’s Where The Jobs Are — In One Chart – Thomas Franck
What’s It Like Working As A UX Researcher? – Cristina Puntaru
TOP Companies Need To Prepare For The Next Economic Downturn – Martin Reeves, Kevin Whitaker, & Christian Ketels
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