How to Explore Alternative PhD Career Paths in 6 Easy Steps
Too many graduate students start exploring alternative PhD career paths too late and are unprepared for life after academia. This lack of preparation often leads them to accept jobs that do not honor the sacrifices they made to earn their diploma.
Let’s face it: the academic job market is less than ideal. If you’re planning to apply for non-faculty jobs after graduation, then it’s important to stay organized and on schedule throughout your studies and give yourself some time to explore all your career options.
For starters we recommend to your download our new free special report, The Quick Guide to Career Exploration. Our comprehensive six-step plan will help you determine where you are, where you are going, and how to stay on track by making sure that you haven’t put all your eggs in the same basket.
Some of the topics in our Quick Guide to Career Exploration include:
- How to assess your qualifications, skills, talents, and passions.
- Determining your career goals beyond academia.
- Generating an informed list of potential careers to consider.
To learn how to explore alternative PhD career paths and how asking yourself the right questions can be a determining factor in helping you find a job after the PhD, please download The Quick Guide to Career Exploration: Plotting Your Plan B in 6 Easy Steps.
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