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A glimpse into one Deloitte employee's journey

Check out this link – glimpse into one woman’s career progression: http://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/pages/careers/articles/life-at-deloitte-laura-poindexter.html

Laura Poindexter graduated from college with a degree in science, worked for PPG (a global paint/chemical company) in a lab and realized it wasn’t for her.   291 more words



This *new to scicomm* resource looks great! As it’s put together by someone from the PSI-COM community, it’s mainly UK info, but still a great resource for those interested in moving into the science communication field. 22 more words


#DemystifyingCareers - Clinical Research Management

In May, we are celebrating careers in the Aspiring Professionals Hub. As another cohort of final year undergraduates prepare for their last exams, the next question usually is ‘What next?’ Postgraduate degree? 1,100 more words


10 Job Interview Questions You Should Ask (Forbes)

I’m so glad I found these just before my first phone interview, they really helped me prepare and think about what I wanted out of a position at the company. 297 more words


The "Relocation" Problem in Academia

Margret Kosmala over at Ecology Bits has written one of the best work-life balance posts I have read in awhile.

The post titled “I am unwilling to relocate again (and it will probably cost me my academic “career”” presents the problems of the constant moving around that is expected in academia, and how we are expected to foot the bill. 113 more words

Interested in studying planetary science at university level (and beyond...)?

Have you always had a fascination with space and wondered how the Earth fits into our understanding of how planets form and evolve through time? Have you ever wondered what the conditions were for life to start and how geological processes such as volcanism and impacts may have enabled and hindered life to start and stop on Earth and other places in the Solar System? 949 more words


A Life In Science

Wonderful. You’ve made the right step – you’re in science.  That means you know how to pose a question, collect data, and propose an answer to the question. 797 more words

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