Christina Berchini provides tips for embarking on the job market for the first time.
To stand out, a cover letter must be outstanding: smart, engaging, concrete, detailed and polished to perfection. Melissa Dennihy gives pointers on how to do that.
In any Ph.D. job search, if there is an application process, you should read the instructions before you do anything, writes Natalie Lundsteen. You should take your time, be thoughtful and follow directions.
New Ph.D.s need to conquer the negative messages they hear from themselves, writes Sue Levine.
Philip Nel has some ideas for those seeking to land on the tenure track.
Jake Livengood creates a bracket for the new Ph.D. seeking a position.
Jackson Wright Shultz reflects on having a lavender vita.
Ellen Mayock goes through the steps.
Christine Kelly asks: Are your references helping or hurting your job hunt?