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Assessing the Job Market for Science PhDs

Is a Science Ph.D. a Waste of Time? By Daniel Lametti Slate.com – Aug. 31,2012 Simply put: No.  Despite a recent spate of news on the lack of opportunities for science doctorates, the author shows that while jobs in academia … Continue reading

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Engineering Careers Book Review

I’m updating our collection of engineering career management titles and highlighting a book your students might find valuable: Ready for Takeoff! A Winning Process for Launching Your Engineering Career Dean C. Millar, Assistant Dean at University of Buffalo – SUNY … Continue reading

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Other Voices, Other Blogs: EngineerBlogs.org

Seeking new perspectives on the engineering profession? OVOB highlights blogs of distinction that you might want to check out. While most blogs have a single-perspective, single-voice of a lone contributor, EngineerBlogs.org is a collection of authors writing about all kinds … Continue reading

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