Best Of Transition: PhD Jobs & Job Search Strategies, July 18th, 2020
Every week, we at Cheeky Scientist scour the Internet for the best articles on topics that help in the search for PhD jobs in industry.
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 – if it’s a recent article that can help readers find and acquire PhD jobs, then we want to include it in this weekly digest.
So without further delay, here are…
This Week’s Best Articles On PhD Jobs And Job-Search Strategies
Top Article Overall:
Top Overall: How coronavirus could do real, long-term damage to women’s careers – Julia Boorstin and Harriet Taylor
Top: 7 critical steps to make your cover letter stand out – Gwen Moran
10 Networking Tips For People Who Hate Networking – Fairygodboss Staff
Smart, Actionable Advice From Top LinkedIn Career And Job Search Professionals – Jack Kelly
What Steve Jobs and Albert Einstein can teach us about networking and risk-taking – Stan Silverman
Top: Three Creative Ways To Add Personality To Your Resume – Kyle Cromer Elliott
4 Tactics PhDs Need for Non-Academic Job Interviews – Beyond the Professoriate Staff
Mary Jean Vincent, Career Talk: Optimizing your resumé for applicant tracking systems – Mary Jeanne Vincent
This is exactly how to update your resume if you’ve been laid off during COVID-19 – Kyle Schnitzer
Top: 5 COVID-19 Questions You Should Ask In A Job – Adunola Adeshola
10 Questions For Remote Interviews – The McQuaig Institute
5 tips for a successful remote interview – Guest Contributor Staff
Virtual selection: How difficult is it for recruiters to study a candidate’s body language? – Reya Mehrotra
Top: 5 Reasons Why Emotional Intelligence Is the Future of Work – Ryan Jenkins
Master the virtual job hunt: 4 tips for getting hired from home – Lauren Schwahn
Communication strategies for teams that work from home – Prince Frederick
15 Key Steps For Making Values-Based Decisions In Business – Forbes Expert Panel
Top: ‘Bloodbath’ at University of Akron – Colleen Flaherty
The ‘virtual academy’ must not leave the next generation behind – Scott Rich
‘This Is a Pandemic of Inequality’ – Uché Blackstock, MD
How Much Is a College Campus Worth? – Tyler Cowen
Top: Out in the cold – Melissa Baxter
The four pillars of a successful science spin-off company – Barbara Domayne-Hayman
7 Ways to Make Your Data Scientists Happy – Dom Nicastro
How To Treat Your Customers Like Humans: 13 Tips For Startups – Forbes Coaches Council
Top: How coronavirus could do real, long-term damage to women’s careers – Julia Boorstin and Harriet Taylor
AstraZeneca taps IQVIA to ‘warp speed’ its U.S. pandemic vaccine research – Ben Adams
Stop Asking Job Candidates for Their Salary History – James Bessen, Erich Denk, and James Kossuth
Strategies To Adapt To The Changed Talent Landscape – Mahe Bayireddi
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ABOUT ISAIAH HANKEL, PHD
CEO, CHEEKY SCIENTIST & SUCCESS MENTOR TO PHDS
Dr. Isaiah Hankel is the Founder and CEO of Cheeky Scientist. His articles, podcasts and trainings are consumed annually by 3 million PhDs in 152 different countries. He has helped PhDs transition into top companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, Intel, Dow Chemical, BASF, Merck, Genentech, Home Depot, Nestle, Hilton, SpaceX, Tesla, Syngenta, the CDC, UN and Ford Foundation.
Dr. Hankel has published three bestselling books and his latest book, The Power of a PhD, debuted on the Barnes & Noble bestseller list. His methods for getting PhDs hired have been featured in the Harvard Business Review, Nature, Forbes, The Guardian, Fast Company, Entrepreneur Magazine and Success Magazine.More Written by Isaiah Hankel, PhD