A recent article in Science, In a first, U.S. private sector employs nearly as many Ph.D.s as schools do, states that the U.S. science and engineering job market for Ph.D.s has reached a [...]
As I sat down to write my last post in this series, I looked for general themes early career researchers could utilize as they explore career options. These principles revolve around having [...]
For my final post, I want to talk about a passion I pursue outside of the lab: outreach. A long-term goal I have is to encourage young women to pursue degrees in STEM and ultimately increase [...]
From the Bench to Online Marketing – Advice for Ph.D. Students Considering Careers Outside of Research
Author: Aaron Tooley, Ph.D. In 2007, I graduated from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) with my Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences (BMS). Today, I run my own media company that [...]
“Find your passion. Do what makes you happy.” We hear this advice all the time and think, yeah, it would be great to find a career one is passionate about, that makes one happy, pays one well, [...]
In my last blog, I discussed the benefits of taking classes outside of your field. However, I did not talk about the importance of the timing of when I decided to do this: my third year of [...]
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I’ve heard that experience is the best teacher, and grad school seems to be no exception. It became painfully obvious quite quickly that what I thought grad school would be like was far different [...]
- Dig Deeper – Using the PhD to Advance Profitable Skills[…] worth it. Digging deeper is truly e...