Best Industry Transition Articles Of The Week For PhDs (January 8th, 2017)
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, transferable skills, interviews, academic blues, and industry positions.
Our consultants vote on a top article for each category and for a top overall article each week. This week’s best articles are…
*Forget Networking: Become A Connector* – Nili Zaharony
TOP Forget Networking: Become A Connector – Nili Zaharony
Guilt-Free Networking: Is It Possible? –Allison Cho
DIY Career Networking For University Students – Dave G. Mumby
TOP Making A Resume ATS Friendly – Marcy Travis
What Are You Doing To Ensure Your Resume Delivers The Most Impact? – Audrey McSherry
Top 5 Resume Trends In 2017 – Jessica Holbrook Hernandez
Six Tricks To Use In Your Next Job Interview – Roxy de Villiers
TOP Think Strategically About Your Career Development – Dorie Clark
Strategic Portrayal Of Transferable Job Skills Is A Vital Job-Search Technique – Katharine Hansen Ph.D.
What’s Your Superpower? – Thomas Koulopoulos
The Best Writing Advice Of 2016 – Joe Fassler
TOP Former PhD Students Reflect On Why They Jumped Ship – Sydni Dunn
Back To Basics: Cracking An Academic Interview – Mit Bhavsar
Leaping Over The Hurdles Of Procrastination – Amanda Shaver
How To Build Self-Confidence After A Bad Month: 8 Helpful Tips – Amanda Zantal-Wiener
TOP Transitioning Out Of The Lab: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – Kristen Haberthur
From Microbiology To Childrenswear – Helen Yard
Job Search Success: Pay More Attention To Good Cultural Fit – Hannah Morgan
TOP 5 Major Trends That Shaped Biopharma’s 2016 – Sy Mukherjee
Five ‘Big Idea’ Biotech Trends To Watch In 2017 – Luke Timmerman
What We Learned About Management In 2016, In 19 Charts – Gretchen Gavett
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