The Job Hunt--Let's Kill Some Rabbits
1.) I'm not promoting rabbit murder--I just needed a catchy title.
2.) If you are looking for jobs in science, you should stop by the National Institute of Health's Virtual Career Center. Actually, you can find a job in almost any field via these resources.
There's advice on the differences between creating a resume versus a C.V. along with examples of both.
There are links on networking (online and in person) and career growth and development.
There are also resources for people looking at post docs and faculty positions as well as alternative careers such as think tanks, biotech/industry, and government services.
For those of you just starting this process, there are resources for continuing your education. This page has a lot of info on grants and fellowships that I highly recommend.
If you are a woman and looking for a job (sorry men), you might want to check out women for hire. They are hosting job fairs in cities across the country, and their list of clients is HUGE.
ex.: American Express Financial Advisors • Cisco • Citigroup • Dell • Ernst & Young • GlaxoSmithKline • KPMG • Lockheed Martin • Morgan Stanley • New York Life • Northrop Grumman • Target......