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Scientists with Ph.D.s are finding themselves overqualified for certain jobs—but also lacking important skills for others.
Scientists with relevant expertise have a professional responsibility to share their evidence-based insight with the public, experts say.
A new study shows that in computer science, sociology, and English, productivity differences can’t explain discrepancies in tenure rates.
Is age discrimination keeping adjunct faculty members from obtaining more stable faculty employment?
An interactive graphic from NPR shows that while most institutions have seen their NIH funding fall, a few have thrived during the downturn.
Surveys of medical students and residents consistently find that substantial fractions are subject to abuse, perhaps as part of the profession’s “hidden curriculum.”
The country’s “male-dominated, aggressive” culture is pushing women out of science and overseas.
For chemists, unemployment is down, but salaries are stagnant, according to Chemical & Engineering News.
As soon as you start to come across as phony or underprepared, you’re off the short list.
To prepare for your future interview, wrote David Jensen in 1999, look back into your past.
During the first several years of their (independent) professional lives, scientists move past the uncomfortable transition into a stable and solid permanent position.
"Our first few hires were people who could do a wide variety of tasks. It is invaluable to have team members who can roll up their sleeves and dig in to any task to get it done." --Jennie Mather
"Our company's future is assured when people here take responsibility for their own success or failure."
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