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I am going anonymous because I am ashamed of myself. I don't want to live anymore. I was always very excited about research. I did a masters in India and loved it. I then came to the US and did another masters and subsequently a PhD. I have more t.
Nice post! Congrats on being “done”. It really is a vague concept. I submitted my work to the examination process a short while ago and I was actually looking forward to being in “examination limbo” because it allowed me to pretend that the work was “complete” for a little while, until the reports arrived when I would have to deal with its incompleteness again, as now perceived by.Displayed here are job ads that match your query. Indeed may be compensated by these employers, helping keep Indeed free for jobseekers. Indeed ranks Job Ads based on a combination of employer bids and relevance, such as your search terms and other activity on Indeed.Written By: Dora Farkas, Ph.D. When I started my PhD program at MIT, I assumed that there would be a clear path to my finished thesis. I thought that if I followed all of my supervisor’s advice I would be guaranteed to graduate on time, and I would have multiple high-paying job offers from industry.
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The end of your doctorate is a balancing act of finishing off your research, writing your thesis, preparing for your viva, trying to publish your findings and probably looking for employment.How do you juggle these aspects and what do you prioritise? There are no right answers to these questions as they will depend on your discipline of research and your and your supervisors’ working styles.Read More
If you had external funding for your PhD and have had a flawless record of submitting your PhD on time, and already have some publications to your name then you have more chance of being considered. If you and your supervisor have been experts at networking then you also might stand a good chance at this stage. If the researcher seeking a postdoc knows you and your work then he or she is more.Read More
Non-academic Careers for PhD Holders. by Dr Nathalie Mather-L’Huillier. I was going to entitle this article “Alternative careers to academia for PhD holders.” Then I read an interesting piece which made an excellent point - considering that in the UK (although this is also true in Australia, the USA and increasingly China), less than half of PhD holders go into academia, other careers.Read More
Many of the prospective PhD students are considering the idea of combining a PhD degree with a job. Some are wondering if this is even possible. There is no simple “Yes” or “No” answer to this question. However, the trend among PhD students over the last years was to either opt for a part-time PhD and a full-time job or completely dedicate to a full-time PhD programme, keeping open the.Read More
No PhD, No Job. Hilda. The Syria researcher whose Wall Street Journal op-ed piece was cited by Secretary of State John Kerry and Sen. John McCain during congressional hearings about the use of force has been fired from the Institute for the Study of War for lying about having a Ph.D., the group announced on Wednesday. “The Institute for the Study of War has learned and confirmed that.Read More
Most PhD students would like an academic job. In fact, I think all of my PhD students have rather fancied my job! However, it is not an easy path, especially in the first few years. The ideal situation is to get a post-doctoral fellowship, preferably in a different university (and a different country) from where you studied for your doctorate. That gives you some time to concentrate on.Read More
While there is no guarantee of a job at the end of an industry-based PhD, the company has invested time and money in you so you will be in a strong position when openings arise. And once you are.Read More
The shortage of academic jobs relative to PhD candidates leads some to say fewer people should do a PhD. But that is a complete misunderstanding of the purpose of higher education. One objective.Read More
Why do a PhD? Extract from: The PhD Application Handbook. (Open University Press) by Peter Bentley. You have to be a little strange to want to do a doctorate. You'll be giving up the chance to earn some real money in a steady job, for several years of little or no money. You'll be losing the simplicity of regular hours and a boss who tells you want to do, for the complications of setting your.Read More