Non-academic Job Search

Beginning the Job Search

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"Lost in a sea of opportunities" by Sebastien Wiertz | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Finding a job after graduation takes time and planning. Whether you are planning on a career in academia or not, read on to learn about some possibilities and how to prepare.
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Internships in Graduate School

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"Mini magnifying glass" by Ricky Willis | CC BY-NC 2.0
For some graduate students, internships can be a great way of building work experience specific to your field. In some fields, you may be required to complete an internship as part of your graduate program, but internships can be useful for students in other fields, especially if you are interested in non-academic careers.
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Career Development

Exploring Your Career Options

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"Signpost along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path - Prisma filter" by Randy Durrum | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
It's never too early to start preparing for your future career. Whether you are interested in a faculty position, research, or something else, it is important to explore your options. Looking into potential career options in your field can help you prepare for those possibilities before you enter the job market.
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Preparing for Your Next Job

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"Network" by Stuart Richards | CC BY-ND 2.0
Start thinking about applying for your first job post-graduation—even if you have a year or two of grad school left.
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Deciphering a Job Ad

A job listing provides vital information for job applicants. Learn what to look for so your application rises to the top of the stack!
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