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“She is one of those few who have a strong technical background alongside strategic environmental management experience in a large international company,” says Noam Gressel, CEO of Assif Strategies
I'm probably going to evolve as I move along the path of that photon.
"We really value equally the technical ability of the candidate and their interpersonal leadership skills." - Vlatko Vlatkovic
The cost of accepting a dead-end job, or working for a bad boss or an employer that isn't going anywhere, can be enormous.
"Companies play favorites. You're either one of the favored few, or you're an orphan stepchild, all depending upon where in the company you work."
For behavioral scientists considering a career in public polling research, it helps to have a fascination with numbers.
If you're entrenched in something that isn't your lifelong passion--see below--you've got to get off those rails and find some way to get back on the right track.
"My passion is helping patients, and their care comes first in my job. For me, it's all about attaining loyalty and trust." --Heather Free
"I would say that there's definitely enough work to go around." --Emma Hitt
Being lead programmer "can be a lonely role stuck between the code pool and the management and therefore requires a level of confidence in oneself," says Marchalot's boss, Brandon Smith.
The trick is to meet conflict head on with the goal of managing it, not winning.
"When you have happy employees that know that you care about them, they're more loyal and work hard to show you that they can make things work." --Donna Davila
Sometimes, accepting a contract position is what an employee needs to jump-start a career.
The single most important evidence of productive research in industry is the development of research applications that can return value on shareholders' investments.
[Working in product management] was intellectually stimulating but not emotionally engaging. What did engage me was baseball statistics.
Even if you're dealing with the world's biggest jerk, he's likely to be the jerkin charge.
Leaving academia, like leaving a burning building, tends to work better with a little foresight.
Recruiters work in a Wild West atmosphere. Few laws govern their conduct and their relationships with candidates.
"Real-world experience trumps classroom learning, and future employers don't care if the experience was paid or volunteer."
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of our first issue, the editor of Science Careers makes a few observations and suggestions.
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