Through your biology coursework, you will likely learn a variety of laboratory techniques, study concepts in genetics, molecular, systems, and developmental biology, and conduct a wide range of print and lab research. But how do you write about these experiences on your resume? Here are some sample resume phrases that may be helpful in describing your classroom and lab experience: […]
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Sometimes, your work setting will be just as important to you as what you will be doing when you get there. Whether you are just beginning to explore career options, are in the midst of internship or job searching, or are thinking about changing jobs, taking inventory of the type of work environment that best suits you makes sense. There are a few different factors to keep in mind, such as the hours, physical space, culture, and dress – to name a few.
Being too generic can be the single most detrimental mistake you can make in writing your cover letter. Learn how to spot and avoid this error in this video. (video embedded) What cover letter questions have you got? Be sure to ask them in the comments below! The Common Cover Letter Errors series exposes the most common errors found in […]
To be most effective, a cover letter should be personalized. This video begins our series on common cover letter errors. What cover letter questions have you got? Be sure to ask them in the comments below! (video embedded) The Common Cover Letter Errors series exposes the most common errors found in cover letters, particularly among college students, recent graduates and […]