Amazing, and sad, article recently posted on how some Parents go overboard to help college kid get job. If you can’t find the job on your own, how are you going to do the job on your own?
Archive for May, 2010
Forbes’ just did their first-ever report on the Best and Worst Master’s Degrees for Jobs. Physician’s Assistant and Information Technology come out on top, at least in their calculations.
My first audio blog entry was just posted on the ACS Careers website. I had a wonderful conversation with Dr Price Pritchett who has spent nearly 30 years as an advisor on merger and integration strategies.We talked about change in the workplace, and how to successfully deal with it.
Check it out!
All the Details: Careers in Regulatory Science is a nice introduction to possible career paths in this field. One of the few fields that is actually growing these days. Check it out….
Networking: Building Solid Career Connections webinar now available on demand from ScienceCareers.org .
If you’ve ever thought of going into publishing, check out this webinar featuring Darla Henderson, Ph.D., Assistant Director of Editorial Development, American Chemical Society to get the inside story.
I have often said that one of my claims to fame is that I have never seen a resume in which I could not find at least one typo.
Resume Mistakes That Keep Hiring Managers Amused But Cost You the Interview was recently posted, and shows how one small typo can make a big difference in the hiring managers eyes.
So make sure to read your resume over carefully, and have a couple of friends do the same. You may be amazed at what they will find.