Showing posts from May, 2011

Australia immigration dept presents regional migration seminars

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), Govt of Australia will be staging regional migration forums in major regional centres across Western Australia throughout the next month, to provide local employers with information on the skilled migration programs available to address their labour needs.

A departmental spokesman said the Australian Government announced as part of the Budget an increase in the skilled migration program and a range of new initiatives to help meet demand for skilled migrants in regional Australia.

"The skill stream has increased by 12 000 places on 2010-11 program planning levels, to 125 850 places and policy initiatives are being implemented to assist Australian employers, businesses and regional areas to better address their skill needs," the spokesman said.

At the forums, employers can get an overview of skilled migration options or pathways available to those seeking to address skill shortages in regional and remote areas of the state a…

Permanent Residence Application and Work Permit

There are many agents who handles permanent residence application forms on behalf of its clients and represents individuals and families with family sponsorship application, skilled worker application and business immigration cases.

Success Secrets for Canadian Immigrants

Success secrets for Canadian immigrants. In the past ten years I have been working with immigrants from around the world. I have also been luck to meet some very successful immigrants - This video outlines the success secrets I got from them.

Few Comments about this Video
Very good advice. It's what we need. Immigrants helping immigrants because non-immigrants keep saying "don't change", "you'll be fine". No, you do need to change. You need to be fluent in one of the official languages and you need to be fluent in the culture, too. I lived in the US for 15 years and 8 in Canada. Now, I'm starting to understand Canadian culture. It takes time and effort. Don't give up!Wish I would have had this information 25 years ago! Great that it has finally arrived.

Canada Immigration - Fast Track Immigration for Skilled Workers

A comment about this video: Fast tracking immigrants is beyond stupid. I work with a group of engineers and we have a new guy on board. Every day we have to teach him what engineers do!! Every step? of the way! It looks politically correct that we have this guy on board but he is being paid a lot of money for what??? His schooling (laughs) has him prepared for a job at Tim Hortons at best.

How to Move to Canada: A Primer for Americans

Moving to new career? Here are 3 important tips to remember

If you ever thought about moving to different field, this would be not too late to begin considering it seriously. If you decide, here are some important steps to help make it easier.
Make the right approach for career change: It's quite human nature to maintain the status quo. First, figure out what holds you back. Establish a timeframe with small but specific actions toward your goal to accomplish each week, and create your own milestones along the way. Go for it.Build reputation before career change. Be mindful about stepping out on your own without establishing yourself first. You have responsibilities that include being smart about your next steps. Never too late to build a second career. "At the time of recession in USA, Barbara Berman was laid off from a mortgage company and faced the prospect of building a new career from the ground up. She was 56. Instead of developing a model through trial and error, Berman took advantage of a six-week small-business training program…

Resume – Common mistakes found during the free resume evaluation

Inadequate line space between sections like Educational qualifications, List of Publications, etcTechnical expertise given as a blind list (without highlighting the actual technical know-how)Projects undertaken given as a blind list (again same as above without giving much details)Page margins not enoughResumes are too long (6-7 pages)Resume file format –use of file formats other than .doc or .pdfResume file size – over 1 MBThere is no title for the resume (Tip: just put your name as title)Not given any publication details Give full list of publications (Tip: give as Top 5 publications or Important publications during the last 5 years or so)While copy n paste from 2 or more documents, there may be different fonts in different sectionsKeeping a blank page in the end (due to word processing error)Using a page border may affect the visual appeal of the resume printout or even for online viewUsage of passport size photo may not give additional merit but will increase file size!Usage of di…

How to add details of Publications and Seminars to your resume?

Don’t add descriptions to your list of publications. No need to provide abstract or summary of each of the papers. List of publications - No need to give all papers as the list may be too long. Give as "papers during the last 5 years" or list of "five important publications" or something like that to reduce number of pages in the resume. Same rule applies to conference publications. Highlight (make text bold) for list of awards or fellowships receiving or received Same kind of text formatting for important training courses attended or given.  Seminar / Conference / Courses attended – Just give number of such events attended and/or provide list for last 2-3 years or important events attendedAdding a declaration at the end of the resume may not be required when you send the resume by email or unless stated by the employer. End the resume with 1-2 references or simply put ‘References will be provided upon request’.How to Run Seminars & Workshops: Presentation Skil…

How to get a work permit for Canada

This video tells you how illegal workers in the United States can obtain work permits in Canada.

Few important resume tips

As a title of the resume, no need to write 'Resume or Curriculum Vitae', just put your name in Bold, Font size Arial/Times New Roman 14 or 16. Then give a single line space, and put your contact details or affiliation. There is no need to use your photograph. Personal details section (usually not included, but if you wish to add, place at the end of the resume) may contain only DOB, Sex and Nationality.It is not mandatory to start the resume with objective. Usage of ‘objective’ seems obsolete already. But you can put a Career Profile section where you briefly mention your past and present career or important accomplishments. If you are a fresher, just mention what do you wish to achieve.It is good to start resume with your present status, if you are working somewhere or studying for some other degree. Otherwise, begin resume with your academic credentials.Academic information may be given in tabular form (without table borders) and give % or CGPA, year of passing, University, …

Build reputation before career change

Q: I feel utmost boredom in my daily work in a government office. Recently I read few books and done some homework but still scared to switch careers. My ambition is to become a freelance journalist. How to move forward?

A: First of all, it is important to know why do you want to become a freelance journalist. Is just your interest or to avoid boredom in your current job or both. I guess both.

If writing is your principal interest, start writing now. While you are at your present job, pursue freelance-writing opportunities where you can begin to build a name for yourself. Make sure that you don’t use your work time to do your research or write. Use mornings, evenings and weekends to build your portfolio. That’s what most people do when they want to transition from one field to the next.

Be mindful about stepping out on your own without establishing yourself first. You have responsibilities that include being smart about your next steps.

One mom's gutsy career change, and what her daughter thinks

From the Star

Carol McLennan says

"I think the hardest adjustment to make was being able to say "actor" when asked what work I did. I had to take a deep breath and test it mentally before I was willing to say it out loud. I was no longer a human resources consultant, which I had been for decades.

I’m now 60 and had done some amateur acting through my 30s and 40s, mostly short-term commitments, play readings and the like. I always came away with a wonderful feeling, having slipped into the skin of another person and conveyed that to an audience. Then I’d go back to my regular work (and regular paycheque) and raising my family."

Carol's daughter, Kate Allen says

"Five years ago, when I was still an undergraduate student, my mom decided to toss away the consulting career she’d worked toward her entire adult life and become an actress... These days, I’m proud of her for new reasons. Just as I’ve begun to wheel myself across the tarmac of the career world, my …

Selecting the best CV format

The importance of having a proper CV should not be overlooked while seeking a career change or new employment. There is no single right way to compose your CV and if you do so everyone's will be unique. A CV is the primary information a potential employer will receive about you. Remember it is your own personal advertisement and, as such, should show you off to best advantage. Your CV must:
Summarize of your qualifications, experience, skills and achievements (see Career objectives)Project your personality as much as possibleShow what problems you solved rather than 'I am good at....'It should not be a complete autobiography, but it should give adequate information to the employer. The following guidelines will be helpful when setting out your CV:
Your CV should be a maximum of 2 sides of A4 (unless you are including an extra page for your publications if these are important for the post).Selecting an appropriate CV format. There are many ways of presenting information but …

FAQ regarding sending resume as attachment - Common Resume Mistakes' Series - Part 4

Should i send my resume as an attachment or should i send it with it in the body of the email?
Normally as attachment. But if the job posting states something like "To apply for this position, please send resume as reply with salary requirements", then put your resume in the body of the letter AND attach it. That way, they can easily see your resume and if they want a printable version, there’s always the attachment.
Sending resume and cover letter via email?
Generally, recruiters prefer to read the cover letter in the body of the email and this saves their time. The resume should be sent as an attachment. Again these shall be according to the requirement of the employer.
What about Subject of the Email?
It's a good practice to put the immediate objective in the Subject line of the email. A subject line like "Resume" doesn't tell anything to the recruiter and it might not ever be read. But a good subject line, entices the recruiter to read on.
How to email a resu…

Introduction of Jobs in Genetics

Here is a YouTube video uploaded by HumanGeneticsSociety on Introduction of Jobs in Genetics.

This is part of a video series produced by the Marshfield Clinic about jobs in genetics. This is the introduction of the series. More information can be found on ASHG's website:

Career in genetics

Genetics is the study of genes and their effects. Genetic Engineering is manipulation of genes to obtain the targeted results and is closely related to biotechnology and microbiology.

Geneticists are immersed in exciting science, technology, and medical advancements every day. The opportunities are numerous to contribute to the advancement of science, the care of patients, and the teaching of the next generation of genetics professionals. One must be ready to make a commitment in time, energy, and focus to be a successful geneticist, but the rewards are enormous.

The large, multidisciplinary Human Genome Project (HGP)—the effort to find all human genes and characterize a reference genome—promises to revolutionize the future so profoundly that the 21st has been dubbed the "biology century." Almost everyone will be affected by applications of informa-tion and technologies derived from the HGP era of the late 20th century. Educators, the media, students, and the public need a…

Achieving a career using newspapers

With the continued use of newspapers among school going children, career guidance and development will be an interesting idea and an individual chosen idea rather than anybody choosing or forcing them to do something not out of their interest.

This was revealed by teachers during NiE teachers training organised by World Vision in Gulu (Nigeria) last week. Teachers revealed that through reading newspapers learners will be exposed to an outside world full of career choices rather than restrictions. Many who read newspapers are well versed with their world. More..

Reading Newspaper is Good for Civil Services Aspirants

Reading a national newspaper is important for the aspirants of civil services examinations, according to B. Ramasamy, social scientist and Director, RIAS Civil Services Academy, New Delhi. "For IAS aspirants, national newspaper is like a text book. If they undertake the reading in a dedicated manner, I think they have a bright chance," Mr. Ramasamy said. More..

Student Visas for Germany

If you wish to take up studies in Germany, you need different documents to get the permission to enter Germany. The most important one is the visa. You should apply for it way in advance, because the processing of your documents takes a while.
A visa is absolutely necessary under the immigration laws there; the only exceptions are for applicants from European Union countries and from states with which special agreements have been made: Honduras, Iceland, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and the USA. You can apply for it at the German embassy or consulate in your home country. You can find the addresses of the German embassy and the consulate in your home country on the website of the German Federal Foreign Office.

International students from a third country must – with a few exceptions – obtain a visa for entry into Germany. They can get this visa from the relevant German mission abroad. Basically, the process differentiates between two types of visas.

The Scheng…

Preparing for a Genomics Career

Do you know what type of education and training take you to be a genomics researcher or academician? Like in most of the cases, there is not one "best pathway" to a career in genomics. People with diverse academic and geographical backgrounds have made choices that have lead them to their current careers in genomics. Furthermore, there are many very successful biologists who do not utilize genomic methods and there will always be a need for bench scientists who know how to perform well controlled experiments using more traditional methods.

Nevertheless, if you are attracted to a career in the broad field of genomics, then there are some things you can do to better prepare yourself. First, as an undergraduate, make sure you take a range of sciences and math, not just biology. The types of math courses that will be especially helpful include probability and statistics, linear algebra, and a programming language such as C++ or perl. Physics is helpful since physical properties …

Are you going to make the right approach for career change

An IT professional in Bangalore decided to go for a career change last year. He wanted to build his own software company. But even after 1 year, he could not started his venture and still continuing in the same job. He knows what he wanted to do but perhaps due to lack of motivation, he is still could not make it happen.

It's quite human nature conspiring to maintain the status quo. It's easier and less threatening to stay put. To bust through barriers, you've got to really want the new career, and identify the specific actions that will get you there.
First, figure out what holds you back. Are you afraid of failing, losing status, or something else? Detailing the benefits and visualizing yourself in the new career will reinforce your resolve to move ahead.
Establish a timeframe with small but specific actions toward your goal to accomplish each week, and create your own milestones along the way. The old "one step at a time" approach really works and will fuel you…

Send Resume as Attachment - Common Resume Mistakes' Series - Part 3

While applying against an open position, you may attach your resume only if the employer insists the same. Many employers would ask to submit the application through their website. In such cases you do not need to send the resume separately. By filling out the various sections of the application, you are in turn submitting your resume and other details as required by the employer.

But when submit the resume as email attachment, there are few things to note.
The resume file may be saved as Microsoft Word .doc (XP or 2003 Word will save as .doc and 2007 will save as .docx by default) or .pdf format. Avoid other kinds of file types. The file size may be up to 150 to 200 Kb in size.Do not add images to the resume file. Usage of passport size photo may not give additional use but will increase file size!How to Send a Resume as Word Attachment?
After Sign in to your email account, click on the "Compose" box. The e-mail box opens up. Click on "Attach Files" tab located j…

Suze Orman - Career Advice For Young People - Video

Watch this interesting Career Advice For Young People - Video by Suze Orman.

Environment Jobs

The environment is one of the hottest issues around right now and, as awareness of climate change grows and people become more concerned about their own impact on the world around us, there is a growing range of charity jobs within the environment sector. This makes it an exciting, dynamic area of employment to get involved in. What’s more, it’s really diverse, so no matter your previous experience and qualifications, you’re sure to find various jobs in Leeds within the environment sector or in the rest of the UK.

So, what are some of the typical environment jobs you can expect to find in the UK?

One of the main types of job falls under the heading of ‘environmental consulting’. This tends to include getting involved with projects and assessing the environmental impact of what’s going on. For example, many local councils and building companies are hiring environmental consultants to assess the impact of new housing developments or other building projects. This also links to the idea…

Career related pressure leads to divorce

Some career paths especially IT and film industry imparts lot of pressure to couples and when left unaddressed, that strain can lead to divorce.

One particular strain currently playing a role in the separation of the political power couple Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger was caused by transitions in both of their careers, the couple admitted to MSNBC.

Just as couples in the limelight experience career-related pressures, the average American couple experiences ups and downs throughout their chosen career paths that can lead to divorce.

In a statement written to the Los Angeles Times, Shriver and Schwarzenegger said, "This has been a time of great personal and professional transition for each of us. After a great deal of thought, reflection, discussion and prayer, we came to this decision together."

Read more here.

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No change to Immigration requirements for getting married or registering a civil partnership in UK

On 9 May 2011 the UK Government abolished the requirement to obtain a certificate of approval before marrying in the UK. This means that those subject to immigration control no longer need to show that certificate or their entry clearance when they give notice to marry in the UK. Whilst notice to marry requirements have changed, Immigration entry requirements for the purpose of marrying or registering a civil partnership in the UK are unchanged by the ending of the certificate of approval scheme. For further details, please visit the UK Border Agency website.

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Student visitors to UK

This article is meant for those who wish to undertake a short course of study whilst visiting the UK – for example, a beginner’s English language course or a work related training course. See what you can and what you can't do while you are a student visitor in UK.
You can only study whilst on a visit to the UK if you apply as a Student VisitorA student visitor is not entitled to stay for more than 6 monthsAs a student visitor, you will not be able to extend your stay either into full time study or to do a new course whilst you are in the UKImportantly, as a student visitor, you will not be able to work part-time or undertake work experience or a work placement As a student visitor you will need to show that you meet the main requirements of the general visitor rules and you must be able to show that you have been accepted on a course of study at an educational establishment that meets the standard requirement.
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Career objective analyzed - Common Resume Mistakes' Series - Part 2

During the free resume evaluation we found that most of the resumes begin with a career objective section which is written in the most monotonous way. Nobody will show interest to read the rest of the resume in such cases.

Some of them are given below:
Seeking a challenging position where I can implement my skills in effective manner, meet challenges and gain further skills.
Seeking for a challenging career in a technical field where my abilities can be shown to be of great use and where I can apply my knowledge and hone my skills.
Intend to build a career in research work with a leading clinical IT corporate, which will help me for utilizing acquired skills and qualifications and work towards the fulfillment of organizational goals.
Instead, read the Career Objective given below taken from a resume submitted to us:
I have been a researcher in marine ecology for ten years and worked on coral reefs biodiversity for the Marine Coral Reefs project for the past five years. Now is the time t…

Professionals seek career change: Poll

Many professionals in the Middle East desire a career change, says a survey conducted by the, a leading online recruitment website in the Mena region.

The poll reveals that 82.4 percent of Middle East professionals desire a career change, while another 17.6 percent would not take the risk of a career change especially since they are still recovering from the recession blip that hit the region.

The survey respondents are most dissatisfied about their current job (20.5%), 20.1 percent said their current company, while 15.7 percent were dissatisfied with their current manager.

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Free resume evaluation is over - Mistakes and Suggestions available

Hundreds of job seekers sent their resumes to us. We took the pain to review those resumes and noted the most common mistakes and sent them our suggestions.

Due to lack of time, now we are unable to review resumes individually.

However, we are now posting suggestions for those mistakes noted during the free resume evaluation for benefiting many like you. Visit for more details.

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Two Secrets to Keeping Your Employees Engaged

Keeping employees engaged is very vital not only in the industry but elswhere for any employer. As the recession cut into salaries and increased workloads, especially at small companies, it’s become increasingly challenging to keep employees engaged.

According to recently released Employee Engagement Report 2011 from leadership development firm BlessingWhite, 31 percent of employees are engaged, while 17 percent are disengaged. Not surprisingly, employees who were older, had been with the company longer and had more senior roles were more likely to be engaged. Also not surprisingly, more employees are seeking opportunities outside their current company than they were in 2008.

Here are two suggestions for keeping employees engaged:

Coaching, relationships and dialogue
Trust, communication and culture   

But there’s also some surprising news about why employees leave and stay. Here are the top reasons employees stay with a company:

    My career. I have significant development or advan…

Writing email in all CAPS letters - Common Resume Mistakes' Series - Part 1

An article appeared in says “When you write in all capital letters, this looks (and maybe sounds) to many a recipient as if you were shouting.”

It may be easy to type in capital letters, but as mentioned above it has a strong effect. Sometimes it is difficult to read and understand when we use all caps.

Another problem is that most of the word processors and web browsers will not display spelling errors while we type in CAPS but will show up otherwise. (see below, spelling not correct for CORECTIONS). This would result in sending mails with spelling mistakes.

Here is an email we received recently:

In the above email, note that there are punctuation mistakes. No ‘,’ after the salutation. No space given between IAM. Then, no space before KINDLY and so on.

Of course, these are minor things. But remember you are applying for a job. When the employer open…

Common resume mistakes

Two weeks back we made an offer for free evaluation of resumes.

We received fabulous response from all over the world.

We replied to every email received after analyzing their resumes.

We could also learn from the mistakes job seekers made, either in their resume, email body or both. These mistakes might kick them off from a prospective employer if not corrected.

In the next few days, we will be writing about those mistakes job seekers made in the emails they sent to us without disclosing their personal details. Hope this will help to correct the mistakes not only for the candidates who submitted their resume but also for wider young users of our site.

Best wishes
Team @

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Now visit UK, and travel to Ireland without visa

Citizens of China, India, and parts of Eastern Europe and the Middle East visiting Britain on tourist visas will soon be able to visit neighbouring Ireland without a visa, under a visa waiver programme announced in Dublin.

The waiver programme will run from 1 July until October 2012, a period that includes the London 2012 Olympics, when a large number of tourists are expected to visit Britain.

Under Ireland's first visa-waiver programme announced yesterday, citizens of 14 countries including China, India, and parts of Eastern Europe and the Middle East will no longer need a visa for a short-term visit once they have cleared immigration in the UK.

The Irish government hopes it will result in extra tourism revenue especially from companies and the Olympics.

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Russia and EU agree to pursue visa-free travel

Russian and European diplomats have agreed on joint action steps leading to a visa-free travel agreement.

After spending much of the past year persuading the European Union to embark on a visa-waiver program with Russia, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev seems to finally have gotten his way. Russian and European diplomats have agreed on joint action steps leading to visa-free travel. Once the checklist is approved and completed, the parties expect to be ready to sign a visa-waiver agreement.

EU negotiator Stefano Manservizi, the European Commission’s Director of Internal Affairs, said he felt satisfied with the progress, because the parties had found "a lot in common."

The document in question is called the List of Joint Steps. Vladimir Voronkov, head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Department of European Cooperation, said that the list still needed fine-tuning "to ensure it was acceptable to both the Russian Federation and the European Union."

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Information for providers of English language courses and tests

UK Border Agency website contains information for the providers of courses and tests which many migrants must take before they can apply for permission to enter, remain in, settle in or become a citizen of the UK.

New list of approved English language tests

Launched a new list of English language tests for applications under Tiers 1, 2 and 4 of the points-based system, and for applications by spouses and partners. This new list is replacing all existing lists of English language test providers.

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Writing email in all CAPS letters - Common Resume Mistakes' Series - Part 1

An article appeared in says “When you write in all capital letters, this looks (and maybe sounds) to many a recipient as if you were shouting.”

It may be easy to type in capital letters, but as mentioned above it has a strong effect. Sometimes it is difficult to read and understand when we use all caps.

Another problem is that most of the word processors and web browsers will not display spelling errors while we type in CAPS but will show up otherwise. (see below, spelling not correct for CORECTIONS). This would result in sending mails with spelling mistakes.

Here is an email we received recently:



In the above email, note that there are punctuation mistakes. No ‘,’ after the salutation. No space given between IAM. Then, no space before KINDLY and so on.

Of course, these are minor things. But remember you are applying for a job. When the employer opens your…

Never too late to build a second career

At the time of recession in USA, Barbara Berman was laid off from a mortgage company and faced the prospect of building a new career from the ground up. She was 56.

A few years earlier, she had taken a run at operating a part-time business as an organizer, helping homeowners to declutter and streamline their living spaces. But she wasn't able to give the enterprise the time it needed to grow and thrive, so she put her entrepreneurial aspirations on hold.

Business owners over 45 make up the fastest-growing segment of entrepreneurs, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. Like Berman, some become entrepreneurs of necessity. Others are motivated by a passion for seeing their ideas in action.

"This is your one and only life," says Dick Woodward, 59, who last year launched Vascular Magnetics, a bio-tech firm at the University City Science Center in Philadelphia.

Barbara Berman became inerested to start her own business.

Instead of developing a model through tri…

UAE issues 'stapled visa' to PoK residents including its PM

The United Arab Emirates has begun issuing "stapled visas" to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir residents, including its "Prime Minister" Sardar Attique Ahmed, a media report said today.

The practice of issuing "stapled visas" is new and previously visas were stamped as usual on the passports, the Pakistan Observer newspaper reported today.

PoK "Prime Minister" Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan, who holds a Pakistani diplomatic passport, was issued a stapled visit visa by the UAE Embassy in Islamabad on Tuesday, the report said.

China had sparked a diplomatic row with India last year by issuing stapled visas to residents of Jammu and Kashmir.

What is meant by stapled visa?

When the visas for a visiting country are issued on a separate paper rather than on the passport it is called stapled visa. Often, the immigration officers won't stamp your passport if you are carrying a stapled visa.

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Writing your Curriculum Vitae for a placement

Wikipedia says: A résumé..... also called curriculum vitae or CV, is a document that contains a summary or listing of relevant job experience and education.

But many argue that Resume and CV are different. For academic or research positions, employers frequently want a curriculum vitae (otherwise known as a vita or CV) instead of a resume.

A Curriculum Vitae is a document generally used instead of a resume for an academic audience. Therefore, it is a summary of education and experience qualifications as related to the interests of academia. Ph.D. candidates generally have a two to four page document, due to their limited experience. It develops over time into a comprehensive and lengthy statement detailing professional qualifications and activities. You can easily create a one- or two-page, tightly drawn version and a complete version to use for different purposes.

There are other audiences that will seek a CV (adapted for that audience and purpose) instead of a resume. For instance, …

Making the Right Moves: A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty

Based on courses held in 2002 and 2005 by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund and HHMI, this book is a collection of practical advice and experiences from seasoned biomedical investigators. The second edition contains three new chapters on laboratory leadership, project management, and teaching and course design.
© 2006 by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Burroughs Wellcome Fund.
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