Best Industry Transition Articles Of The Week For PhDs (May 15th, 2016)
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…
*28 Brilliant Questions To Ask At The End Of Every Job Interview* – Jacquelyn Smith
TOP Getting The Most Out Of LinkedIn During Your Job Search – Robin Madell
Job Seekers: Stop Insulting The Hiring Manager – Brian de Haaf
The More People We Connect With On LinkedIn, The Less Valuable It Becomes – Alexandra Samuel
Let’s Set Your Resume Straight. Here’s How! – Anders Liu-Lindberg
Improve Your Resume By Turning Bullet Points Into Stories – Jane Heifetz
Get Your CV Noticed By The Top Dog – Andrew Fennell
TOP 28 Brilliant Questions To Ask At The End Of Every Job Interview – Jacquelyn Smith
How To Sound Smarter In A Job Interview – Tom Ireland
5 Things You Should Never Say During A Phone Interview – Robin Madell
How To Nail A Job Interview – Neil Blumenthal
From Blog To Book (A Consolation For Rejected Authors Everywhere) – Professor Les Back
5 Tips For Branding Yourself For Success – Catherine Kaputa
7 Tips For Beating Procrastination Blues – Martin McGowan
TOP Managing Your Advisor – James M. Van Wyck
We Need To Do More For Women In Science – H. Ahmed
Five Factors To Consider While Choosing Your PhD – Mark Maslin and Kevin Fowler
What It’s Like To Work With A KOL (Key Opinion Leader) – Kathryn H. Dao, M. D.
9 Signs You Should Run Away From That Job Offer – J.T. O’Donell
4 Foolproof Job Search Tips For Every Kind Of Job Seeker – Arnie Fertig
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