Lucy Romijn, Careers Consultant, reflects on our recent life sciences careers week and how students and researchers can use their subject knowledge, transferableskills & enthusiasm for a whole host of life science organisations and roles
Marloes Tijssen talks through her experiences of successfully running a research group that promoted flexible working and a culture of feedback – long before the pandemic. With reflections from others, this blog aims to show you that flexible working can work for many people.
Emily Packer, Careers Adviser here at the CS, explains how understanding your career path as a constant transition enables you to be more adaptable, and goes through the four ‘Cs’ that will guide your next steps
On average 40-45% of Cambridge AHSS PhD graduates are in jobs outside of academia 6 months after graduating. Here are our top tips on completing work experience during your AHSS PhD, to boost your career prospects thereafter