Best Industry Transition Articles Of The Week For PhDs (October 4th, 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…
*Looking For Jobs But Lack Experience? Eight Ways To Sell Your Skills* – Melanie Nelson
*TOP* A Graduate Guide To Successfully Working With Recruiters – Aleks Saddington-Poole
15 Simple Tips For Networking Your Way to Career Success – Dave Kerpen
*TOP* How The Résumé Black Hole Actually Helps You Get Hired – Arnie Fertig
Resume Not Working? Maybe It’s Not Written For An Online Read – Virginia Franco
*TOP* 4 Things That Destroy Job Interviews – Michael Price
10 Job Interview Questions You Don’t Have To Answer – Heather Huhman
The Interview Thank You Email vs. Letter Vs Note – Donna Svei
9 Rookie Interview Mistakes That Experienced People Make All The Time – Young Entrepreneur Council
*TOP* Looking For Jobs But Lack Experience? Eight Ways To Sell Your Skills – Charlotte Seager
7 Habits Of Highly Effective Communicators – Caren Merrick
*TOP* What They Don’t Tell You About Your PhD – Arjenne Louter
Working in A Toxic Environment – Karaoulanis Andreas
You Really Should Be Taking A Lunch Break Every Day – Here’s Why – Sarah Landrum
Why You Feel Like A Fraud And How To Overcome It – Eric Barker
*TOP* 5 Secrets to Finding And Working With A Mentor – Tony Conrad
8 Tips To Take Action With Your Career – Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter, MRW
The Best Cities In The US For Jobs In Medical Sales – Sophie Deering
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