Best Industry Transition Articles Of The Week For PhDs (May 1st, 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…
*The 8 Best Questions To Ask A Job Interviewer* – Aaron Guerrero
TOP 3 Reasons Your Networking Emails Get Sent To Spam – Sara McCord
5 Misconceptions About Networking – Herminia Ibarra
Tackling The Networking Monster For Introverts – Debaleena Basu
TOP What Your Resume Should Look Like In 2016 – Daniel Bortz
Facing Procrastination In Your Job Search? Try These 4 Tips – Priscilla Christopher
Hiring Managers Are Seeing More Lies On Resumes – Anne Fisher
Top 10 Formatting Hacks To Get Your CV Noticed – Paul Estcott
TOP The 8 Best Questions To Ask A Job Interviewer – Aaron Guerrero
Emails That Land Jobs: The Best Way To Shine In A Follow-Up Note – Alexandra Frazen
Want To Blow Away A Hiring Manager? Come Armed With These 6 Company Facts – Lea McLeod, M.A.
How To Answer: Why Do You Want To Work For Us? – Jack Leeming
TOP The Career Advice No One Tells You – Raghav Haran
6 Things No One Told You About Personal Branding – Fam Mirza
3 Things You Can Do Right Now To Be A More Dynamic Communicator – Dustin McKissen
TOP Think Like An Imposter, And You’ll Go Far In Academia – Beth McMillan
Balancing Act: How To Manage Grad School With A Baby – Leslie Moser
10 Great Apps For Grad Students – Tamara Powell
Growth Can Come In Phases – Hen Fu
TOP A Job Seeker’s Guide To Assessing Fit In A Company Culture – Michelle Kruse
A Career In Cancer Research? Computational Skills Wanted – Gunjan Sinha
9 Signs You Should Run Away From That Job Offer – J.T. O’Donell
Why Spring Is the Best Time To Kick Off Your New Job Search – Megan Elliott
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