The Career Development Community:
Here's a list of others who are doing great work to help you design a rewarding career.
Karin Bodewits and Philipp Gramlich have built an impressive array of seminars, workshops, and other resources for PhD Scientists. They are also good friends and collaborators of mine. Check them out!
Jennifer Polk and L. Maren Wood run BeyondProf, the Online Career Hub for PhDs in all disciplines: Humanities, Social Science, and STEM.
Chris Humphrey runs this great blog for PhDs looking for non-academic career paths.
Manolo Castellano maintains a site that features interview podcasts for scientists seeking alternative careers. The site and the podcasts are in Spanish.
Karin Bodewits writes stories about a wide variety of career topics that are both entertaining and helpful.
Academia trains us to follow pre-defined paths when planning our careers, but the most exciting and rewarding careers are designed by their owners. If you’re willing to take some risk and create your own design, you can have a more exciting career than you ever imagined.
Falling into a postdoc after a PhD is a waste of excellent credentials, say Karin Bodewits, Philipp Gramlich and David Giltner.
What can you do to be more employable than the other scientists and engineers who will be vying for the same jobs?
Being successful in the private sector requires learning about some important tools that you likely didn't learn about in university.