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Beginning your Job Search

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Beginning a job search can be a daunting task. Your first job is to identify the kind of job you are looking for, and you are more likely to get a job you are happy with if you narrow your search (Bolles, 2005, p.112). For that, you need to understand what your choices are. Then you'll be able to choose which jobs to apply for.

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On choosing what kind(s) of job you will search for

General information about the job search process in academia

Nationally advertised academic job listings in the geosciences

Tips from Early Career Geoscience Faculty Workshop Alums


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