Best Industry Transition Articles Of The Week For PhDs (October 12th, 2019)
Every week, we scour the Internet for the best industry transition articles for PhDs – so you don’t have to!
Our two consultants independently search for the most informative articles in the categories of networking, CVs/resumes, interviews, transferable skills, academic blues, industry positions, and business acumen.
Our consultants vote on a top article for each category and a top overall article for the week.
This week’s best articles are…
Top Overall: Background Checks for Life Sciences Professionals: What to Expect – Katharine Hansen, PhD
Top: Going To A Networking Event? Here’s How To Keep Track Of Business Cards And Connections – Young Entrepreneur Council
Made A New Professional Connection? How To Follow Up When You Have Nothing To Say – Caroline Ceniza-Levine
Top: Be proud of your resume, wobbles and all – Karin Bodewits
Design your resume with a basic font and cover letter to land a job – Prerna Sindwani
Top: Making the Most of Working with Recruiters in the Life Sciences Industry – Katharine Hansen, Ph.D.
Do You Send a Thank You Note After a Job Interview? – Josh Ocampo
What’s so wrong about lying in a job interview – Prodita Sabarini
Scripts for Responding to Negative Feedback – Jamie Lee
Reviewers, don’t be rude to nonnative English speakers – Adriana L. Romero-Olivares
How I overcame impostor syndrome after leaving academia – Desiree Dickerson
The Grad Abroad: Doing Your Ph.D. in Germany – Riley Linebaugh
Top: Background Checks for Life Sciences Professionals: What to Expect – Katharine Hansen, PhD
Switching from academia to MedComms – Daniele Guido
Research: People Want Their Employers to Talk About Mental Health – Kelly Greenwood, Vivek Bapat, Mike Maughan
Top: Why Companies Do “Innovation Theater” Instead of Actual Innovation – Steve Blank
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