Carpe Careers

Carpe Careers
September 21, 2020

This year has seen our working selves and home selves blended to a degree that no one could have anticipated, writes Victoria McGovern, and there will be lasting consequences.

August 31, 2020

As a Ph.D. or postdoc, separating your degree from a singular career path allows you to highlight the skills and experiences you've gained in a more flexible and adaptive way, advises Joseph Barber.

August 24, 2020

Taking initiative about your future direction correlates with greater career success and satisfaction, and it's a skill that, with training, can be nurtured and strengthened, writes Diane A. Safer.

August 17, 2020

Research shows that regularly limiting our time at work to a reasonable amount actually makes us more productive than pushing ourselves past the point of exhaustion, Angela Fowler advises.

August 10, 2020

What if you dismissed the linear, title-bound view of your career, Thi Nguyen and Dan Olson-Bang ask, and decided that it's a journey to embody more and more of your values with each job?

August 3, 2020

Ph.D. students should take advantage of “starter conversation” opportunities to interact with alumni and experienced professionals, Natalie Lundsteen advises.

July 27, 2020

Normal life obstacles and a global pandemic don't mean that progress on your career journey must stop. It may just take a different shape than you originally expected, Lauren Easterling writes.

July 20, 2020

Alfreda James offers some self-care essentials for graduate students.

July 13, 2020

If you pursued a graduate degree because you thought that knowing more, and sharing that knowledge, could make positive change, now is your time, writes Melissa Dalgleish.

July 6, 2020

Highlighting transferrable skills is key, writes Rebekah Layton, who shares personal examples as a military veteran shifting into academe and then a scholar moving into new disciplines.

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