Crafty Cards

Full name? Check. Updated contact information? Check. Now what? The National Institutes of Health Office of Intramural Training and Education's Careers blog this week contemplates the contents of a well-crafted business card. "Your contact information should be something that you will actually use," NIH OITE says, adding that "a street address is not as critical these days, and it is your choice whether to add that." In its place, the office suggests listing links to your Web site.

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