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Career Resources at University of Pennsylvania has several resources aimed at scientists
Resources for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows
include useful tips about preparing a vita if you are a scientist, writing a description of research interest, and guidelines for dealing with recruiters, among other things. They also give links to upcoming Career Services programs and to tapes, transcripts, and books available from Career Services.
Chemistry specific resources
from Career Services include useful links specific to chemistry and chemical careers.
The American Chemical Society
Careers and Jobs page links to many useful resources produced or compiled by ACS
Careers in Chemistry
gives descriptions of types of work found in various areas of the chemical sciences, requirements, and profiles of practitioners.
Chemical & Engineering News's
chemistry job site Job ads come from a broad range of areas, including academia, industry, and government, and are for both traditional bench chemists and more "nontraditional" jobs.
Wall Street Journal
has two sites of career resources
is the Wall Street Journal's career center. It contains links to job listings, a place to upload your resume, and articles on salary, hiring information, and job hunting advice.
is for students either looking at graduate schools or seeking employment after graduation. It contains salary links, as well as tips for negotiation and setting career goals.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
has listings for jobs in various academic areas. Access to the full text requires a password. Following the link above will lead you to an authentication page, where you will be required to authenticate yourself as an authorized Penn user.
the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, also has job listings, as well as a wealth of other information
American Women in Science, links to job listings and resources. The association also has mentoring opportunities available to its members.
is the career center of the AAAS. It has resources for potential employers and employees, as well as information about career fairs, global partners, and interesting science news stories.
The Career Center at BioSpace
BioSpace primarily covers the pharmaceutical industry and, in addition to job resources, offers interesting news stories and market information. Employers can post jobs and job seekers can search the jobs and post their resumes
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