Best Industry Transition Articles Of The Week For PhDs (April 22nd, 2018)
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…
*The Most Effective Ways To Use LinkedIn* – Alison Doyle
TOP The Most Effective Ways To Use LinkedIn – Alison Doyle
The Case, Science And Strategy Behind Being Active On LinkedIn – Virginia Franco
TOP How To Turn A Resume Gap From A Disadvantage To An Advantage – Sjoerd Gehring
19 Resume Bullet Point Examples That Get Interviews – Biron Clark
Did You Get This Important New Data From LinkedIn? – Wayne Breitbarth
Do Recruiters Read Cover Letters? – Ambra Benjamin
TOP 5 Tips To Effectively Interview For A Position Outside Of Academia – Porschia Parker
How To Answer ‘What Is Your Weakness?’ In A Job Interview – Debra Auerbach
TOP Convert Your Weaknesses Into Assets – Lia Paola Zambetti
Soft Skills And Career Development – Elias Nemark Kasunga
How To Manage Cross-Cultural Misunderstandings – Winston Sieck
NextGen VOICES: A Postdoc’s Purpose – Carolyn Adams Brotherton, et al.
The Need To Consolidate Staff Scientist Titles – Chris Pickett
TOP A Day In The Life Of A Medical Writer – Kia Walcott
A Day In The Life: Associate, Corporate Strategy – Rishi Kadiwar
The Successful Data Science Job Hunt – Kristen Kehrer
Product Manager: A Secret Weapon For Product Development Business – Yevgeniy Antonov
TOP How To Establish Values On A Small Team – Amelia Friedman
Lessons From The Maker Movement – Simmi P. Singh
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