Put your science to work: the take-charge career guide for scientists
Whether are you are a science undergraduate or graduate student, post-doc or senior scientist, you need practical career development advice. This book will help you explore all your options and develop dynamite strategies for landing the job of your dreams.
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Put Your Science to Work: The Take-Charge Career Guide for Scientists
Peter S. Fiske
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