New tool to help you research unknown job areas

Posted by Gemma Ludgate on 27 May 2014

The fact that approximately 70% of graduate employers have no significant interest in the subject you have studied your degree in, only the skills you've gained in doing so (e.g. analytical skills, communication skills etc) comes up frequently in my discussions with students who don't wish to remain in the veterinary or science sectors.
For these students, researching job areas that they nothing about is very challenging.

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Topics: Veterinary Science, career choice

Exciting new FREE online careers course

Posted by Gemma Ludgate on 22 May 2014

Please note this course is now over.

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Topics: CVs and applications, Veterinary Science, career choice, Interviews

Academic and Non-academic careers for PhD grads

Posted by Gemma Ludgate on 8 July 2013

For those PhD students who didn't manage to escape the lab last week for our event on academic and non-academic career options for PhD graduates here are the highlights ... enjoy!

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Topics: Veterinary Science, career choice

The reality of vet practice over the pond ... or is it?

Posted by Gemma Ludgate on 7 March 2013

Check out this interesting article about the realities of a US veterinary career ... do you agree?

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Topics: Working abroad, Veterinary Science

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