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The San Diego Union-Tribune this week profiles seven local female scientists.
While the US calls for more PhD scientists, many still struggle to find jobs in their chosen fields.
A blogger discusses the pros and cons of academic directorships.
Failing to read up on a lab's current work before interviewing there is a definite no-no, a blogger says.
When it comes to exit interviews and resignation letters, one blogger says it's best not to say more than is necessary.
Been a while since your last résumé update? The American Chemical Society has tips.
The University of Birmingham has withdrawn its advertisement for an unpaid research position after critics voiced concern.
A blogger shares tips for making the transition from academia to industry. Bottom line? Separate personal from professional.
In a live chat hosted by Science Careers, NIH Biomedical Workforce Working Group co-chair Shirley Tilghman outlined her committee's recommendations.
NIH's Sally Rockey breaks down data from the Director's Biomedical Workforce Working Group issued a draft report in an infographic.
A blogger suggests becoming familiar with the patenting process before working with patent attorneys.
Tabulating the results of a fall 2010 survey, the coalition found that members of the contingent academic workforce earn low per-course compensation and face a lack of professional support. [More.]
One researcher suggests the community re-evaluate how it conceptualizes what makes a star scientist.