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Academics@Work Apr 22
Off top of my head trainings in any sector could offer all hires: 1. Essential Resources for Mastering this Industry 2. Supervising / Leading Your team 3. Proj Mgmt 4. Our Org Culture / Values / Expectations What else ?
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Beth M. Duckles Apr 19
I wrote a letter to folks who are considering leaving academia.
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Shane Landrum, PhD Apr 23
Replying to @cliotropic
It’s a good job with better work-life balance, pay/benefits, and opportunity for advancement than academia ever offered me. I’m happy as a , but I will perhaps always be frustrated to be paying off grad school living-expenses loans with what could have been a down payment.
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Academics@Work Apr 22
I swear it might be easier to start coaching HR & hiring managers about how to hire academics, instead of making individ candidates meeting them more than 90% of the way.
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Dr Matthew Lariviere Apr 23
One of my undergraduate professors has a non-academic book in press about her adventures in mid-life post-divorce dating. Anthropology and online dating? Sign me up!
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Dr. Colleen Kennedy Apr 23
Replying to @ReadColleenK
He understood why I preferred an position in a larger city and closer to family and friends, and I felt very supported as I talked about my new life and career (and my husband’s career). I can’t wait for him to visit again soon.
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Shane Landrum, PhD Apr 23
So, here’s some public press about what I’ve been doing in my career:
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akrook Apr 22
0/ Thread. Networking for people , grad students and who may need or want to enter the job market. Inspired by twitterverse ?s from and @drmarenwoods (go to their online conference!)
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Academics@Work Apr 23
Putting finishing touches on conf workshop on career planning. I did job analysis on 500 job ads in RD. Sorted them into career levels, and here's results
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Hedgerow Apple PhD Apr 18
Replying to @Literature_Lady
Sure have. I did it to get teaching experience and because I loved (past tense) teaching. Then I quit academia, started a blog and got an office job. I make decent money, don’t take work home, and more people read the blog than read my academic work.
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вяуαη ρ. кєℓℓєу Apr 18
left PhD to pursue job & had to pay 1000s for breaking contract. luckily i've been able to pay it, but that consequence makes staying in PhDs (which already lack work/life balance, TT job opps, decent pay, etc etc) even more of a trap that's hard to escape
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Cheeky Scientist Apr 23
If you are submitting your resume to online job postings or to job portals then is very likely that your resume is never seen by a person.
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Cheeky Scientist Apr 22
FREE, LIVE WEBINAR: 12 LinkedIn Strategies For Getting Hired In Industry (PhDs Only) Thursday, April 25th @ 1PM & 9PM EDT Click here to reserve your seat:
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Dr. Colleen Kennedy Apr 16
Let’s open the dialogue about those who moved out of academia and experienced “imposter syndrome “ when moving into a completely different career path?
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Samantha Snively Apr 23
Question for or ladies : is it common to put yr degree on business cards if you’re working in an industry other than ? Not sure of best practices, esp. given society isn’t sure
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Cheeky Scientist Apr 17
Recruiters are searching for leaders — candidates with the transferable management attributes which will make them successful in any situation. As a PhD, you have these transferable skills.
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Cheeky Scientist Apr 22
[NEW RADIO SHOW]: How PhDs Maintain Job Search Motivation & Get Hired Into Their Ideal Career w/ James Robbins Click here to be notified when we go live Wednesday April 24th at 1 pm ET:
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Michelle Salyga Apr 22
Seeking interesting discussion on emerging literary topics...Go!
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Academics@Work Apr 18
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Cheeky Scientist Apr 22
Am I Employable If I've Worked In Academia For A Decade?
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