Author: Mohanty, Sanat S.
Call Number: UM TC Wilson Library (Q147 .M56 2010 )
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Subjects: Physics -- Vocational guidance ; Vocational guidance
Contributor: American Institute of Physics. Career Services Division.
Retrieved May 25, 2010. Search or browse job openings by location or discipline.
What non-technical skills are you going to need as an engineer? And how are you going to get them? This book focuses on the "soft skills" like negotiation, creativity, speaking and listening, and writing for your peers.
Retrieved May 25, 2010. Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) put together this summary of several career paths in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and related fields. Especially useful for students deciding on a major.
Addresses both the hard and soft skills necessary for chemists to succeed in their careers.
Discusses the job search process as well as 4 major career paths (research, teaching, chemical engineering, and management/support).
Balbes' covers a range of options outside the traditional research or teaching in academia, government, or industry paths.
Various real people describe the role a math degree plays in their careers. Also contains articles on seeking out and interviewing for a math-related job.
Discussion of math problems arising in various individuals' careers, plus biographical profiles. Interesting for math majors regardless of gender.
A guide to careers in applied mathematics and computational science: What's out there for someone with my interests and background? Where can I work? Where are the up-and-coming job opportunities? How should I pursue my studies? Who are the people working in industry today?
Articles, news, scholarship and study info, even videos about actuaries.
Articles, links to biographical and inspirational sources, plus data on mathematics as a profession.
Includes chapters on the dissertation project, effective teaching, writing the dissertation, journal articles and grant proposals, scientific meeting participation, and job searching.
The leading professional organization for the chemical sciences and related fields has information on finding jobs, salaries, and more.
Includes essays on jobs in various areas of the geosciences.
Describes traditional and non-traditional career paths, and career and professional development, relevant for students in biological engineering, biomedical engineering and biotechnology.
Writing about the physics job market can be dangerous because, like the weather in New
England, "if you don't like it, just wait a while." Over the past eight years, the physics job market has steadily improved, with much of the growth due to the strong economy and the ...
The volumes of this resource correspond to major industries, and they contain detailed job profiles.
Real-world advice about how to find jobs, negotiate offers, and keep bosses happy. Also covers how to produce technical reports and give presentations that will keep colleagues interested.