Science Careers has teamed up with some great organizations to bring you information about the latest career opportunities in many different fields.
This collection of Science Careers articles provides holistic advice for sustaining your well-being as a scientist, from setting boundaries with your advisor to finding time for what inspires you.
Thinking about a career in science? Science Careers revisits some of the basics around pursuing a career in science including thinking about a Ph.D., writing cover letters, acing your job interview and more.
For either personal or professional reasons, you have to switch fields, jobs, or even a new career. Now what? Well, dear reader, you are more mobile than you think.
In this career collection, we examine what skills make you marketable and how you can build on your experiences to help you transition to the next phase of your career—and be confident that you have the skills you need to get the job done.
Prospects for employment can be improved for STEM Ph.D.s who make a concerted effort to learn about positions outside the lab and prepare themselves for alternative paths.
This collection of Science Careers articles presents scenarios from both industry and academia – offering advice from advancing in one’s academic career to preparing for a career in pharmaceuticals to investigating the benefits of a biotech training program.
Real success comes to those scientists who find themselves working in an environment that suits not only their skill sets but their personalities as well.
Learn more about relationships with your advisers, mentors, collaborators, and the rest of your network.
Whether you're considering which internship opportunity to pursue, what sort of graduate school experience you might be interested in, or what to expect in your postdoc position, there's information in this booklet for you.
This booklet brings together advice and tips from Science Careers in order to help you be successful in running your own laboratory.
To help you polish the critical skills you'll need for a successful job search, Science Careers is offering a booklet of career advice on topics including choosing a career path, effective networking, getting the most from a career fair, marketing yourself to potential employers and acing your job interview.
Today's employment market demands that you have a complete mastery of the job search process. Read this booklet translated in Chinese.
From technology specialists to patent attorneys to policy advisers, you can learn more about the sorts of careers that scientists can pursue and the skills you will need to develop in order to succeed in nonresearch careers.
This booklet provides advice and help on preparing CVs and resumes, writing grants and scientific papers, networking, and much more.
Struggling with your next career step? This booklet provides advice and help on preparing CVs and resumes, writing grants and scientific papers, networking, and much more.
The booklet provides advice and help on preparing CVs and resumes, writing grants and scientific papers, networking, and much more.
Science and the L'Oréal Foundation are proud to bring you our next Women in Science booklet, this time with a focus on women pursuing research in "green science".
Science and the L’Oréal Foundation have teamed up once again to bring you the latest Women in Science booklet focusing on 16 women in five different areas of biology research
These new profiles, from interviews with young women at the start of their science careers, tell their stories of passion and persistence -what drives and excites them about their work in the sciences
This booklet, created by Science in partnership with the L'Oréal Corporate Foundation, brings to the reader a collection of truly inspirational stories from women in all walks of life whose common passion is science.
Fostering Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities is the product of a collaborative project initiated to examine current issues and explore future directions for improving the academic success and career entry rate of postsecondary students with disabilities in STEM) fields.