With Connected Academics, you’ll find incredible resources to prepare for careers outside of academia. This link includes resume tips and samples to translate doctoral experiences from languages, literature, and the humanities to non-academic industries.
Navigating the career search as a PhD student can be daunting. Here are ways to prepare for different careers and how your labs can help.
Connected Academics provides resources to prepare doctoral students of language and literature for a variety of careers.
ImaginePhD is a resource for career exploration and planning tool for those interested in the humanities and social sciences.
As a PhD, you are more valuable than other job candidates in industry but it’s up to you to communicate this value.
No one is going to communicate your value for you. This article covers key points to describing what you have to offer.
Discover a six-step approach to making necessary changes to your own behavior. When you change yourself, you change the system, breaking free of unhealthy behavior patterns.
Versatile PhD is the oldest, largest online community dedicated to non-academic and non-faculty careers for PhDs in humanities, social science and STEM.
Key resource for PhD Scientists to learn how to get into industry including jobs, resumes, and blogs.
Our Guide was created with industry partners and experienced staff to help you understand what employers look for in advanced degree holding candidates.
A place for PhDs to explore job resources, podcasts and blogs that address jobs outside academia.
Identify your skill sets from your humanities Ph.D. and describe them in ways that make sense to potential employers by reading this article.
Do you need a CV or just a resume? How do you even format a CV? Find out this and more by viewing this document.