Science magazine has just released their booklet – Career Trends: Developing Your Skills. Although it is targeted more towards postdoctoral fellows and academic faculty, I think that it would be informative for those of you interested in working in research oriented, collaborative environments.
2015 Annual Top Employer Survey-Biotech/Pharma – Science magazine recently disseminated the results of their 2015 Annual Top Employer Survey in Biotech and Pharma Industries
Science has a long history of providing a forum for scientists to express their opinions about the biotech and pharma industry. For 2015, we gathered the responses from 5,700 scientists who had plenty to say about the industry. The firms landing at the top of the 2015 Science Careers Top Employers Survey harness innovation and create workplaces that recruit the brightest scientific minds. See who ranked top this year.
Additional Resources from Science/AAAS
- Science Careers Forum
- myIDP (individual development plan)
- Other Career-Related Booklets
- Career-Related Webinars
- Communicating Science
- Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
- Science News Writing Internships
- AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows Program
- ENTRY POINT! Internships for Students with Disabilities
- “So What Are You Going to Do with That?”: Finding Careers Outside Academia, by Susan Basalla and Maggie Debelius
- The Chicago Guide to Your Career in Science: A Toolkit for Students and Postdocs, by Victor A. Bloomfield and Esam E. El-Fakahany
- What Color is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers, by Richard Nelson Bolles
- Put Your Science to Work: The Take-Charge Career Guide for Scientists, by Peter Fiske
- Finding Your North: Self-Help Strategies for Science-Related Careers, by Frederick L. Moore and Michael L. Penn
To recommend other resources, email Julie Haack.