Best Industry Transition Articles Of The Week For PhDs (November 8th, 2015)
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…
*Postdoc Blues: How Do You Know When It Is Time To Give Up?* – James Fryer
*TOP* LinkedIn Referrals: Yet Another Reason To Optimize Your Profile – Lisa Rangel
How To Network Effectively – Elizabeth Pain
A Guide To Informational Interviewing – Prital Patel
How I Survive Networking Without Having A Panic Attack – Olivia Barrow
*TOP* CV Tips: This Is What A Recruiter Can See After 30 Seconds With Your Resume – Ambra Benjamin
29 Things You Should Never Include In Your CV – Rachel Gillett, Natalie Walters and Jacquelyn Smith
How To Find A Quality Recruiter – Donna Svei
*TOP* How To Write The Best Job Interview Thank You Note – Peggy McKee
7 Questions Only The Smartest Job Candidates Ask – Jeff Haden
Career Coach Offers Tips On How To Handle A Job Interview – Irene Seiberling
You Don’t Need Charisma To Be An Inspiring Leader – Nick Tasler
5 Tips To Help You While You Transition From Academia – Uma Chandrasekharan
*TOP* Postdoc Blues: How Do You Know When It Is Time To Give Up? – James Fryer
PhD Problems: When Things Go Wrong? Dr. Nathalie Mather-L’Huillier
*TOP* Your Biggest Career Change Nemesis (And How To Defeat It) – Natasha Stanley
10 Workplace Trends You’ll See In 2016 – Dan Schawbel
Why Being A Proactive Job Seeker Is The Key To Your Next Career – Jessica H Hernandez
What Happened To My Career Path? – Liz Ryan
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