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A PhD is just the beginning
In addition to becoming a recognized authority in your specific field of research, graduate education lets you acquire many sophisticated skills such as:
These are transferable competencies that prepare you for a diverse set of careers. Take the time to enumerate your particular strengths and interests and then explore the many career options available to you.
- What color is your parachute by Richard N. Bolles - Alternative careers in science by Cynthia Robbins-Roth - Guide to non-traditional careers in science by Karen Y. Kreeger - Put you science to work: the take-charge career guide for scientists by Peter S Fiske - Winning the games scientists play by Carl Sinderman - The Chronicle of Higher education - From bench to bar: careers in patent law for molecular biologists by Nathan A. Machin
- Science Careers from the journal Science - My Individual Development Plan (IDP) by Science Careers
- Career options for Biomedical Scientists - Introduction to Entrepreneurial Science (IMM 8091 ADV Topics II section 002)
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