Posts tagged ‘Biology Major’

The Truth About Becoming a Veterinarian (You Need More Than Just a Love of Animals)

Your brain aches from exhaustion and you’re guzzling down that eighth cup of coffee like it’s water. Bleary eyed, you push away those thoughts that are…

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Job Interview Tips from Real Managers: Products

No matter what type of interview you have coming up, you’ll want to listen to our former VP of Products, Teresa Torres. Teresa has plenty of…

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6 Amazing Benefits of Starting a Side Project

There are a lot of life skills that you can learn from attending college: How to wake up before noon How to live with a roommate…

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How to Deal With Being Unemployed After Graduation

In an ideal world, no new grad would have to deal with unemployment (that’s what AfterCollege is all about, BTW), but let’s get real for a second. We know…

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How to Negotiate Your First-Ever Salary

You’re not in any position to negotiate salary when it’s your first job, right? Not necessarily! Read our guide to getting the best possible compensation.

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How a Little Plastic Radio Changed My Life Completely

What’s the difference between a job you love and a job that’s just a paycheck? It often shows up in your attitude. Do you approach each…

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What’s It Like to Work at Kaiser Permanente?

It’s not all about people in lab coats—there are positions in information technology, marketing, sales, service and administration, and finance (just to name a few) at…

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From Bio to Business: Chat with Andrea Young, Business Analyst at Kaiser Permanente

What do you do if you’re a bio major who isn’t into blood and guts? Andrea Young, Business Analyst at Kaiser Permanente shares how she uses…

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From Lab Minion to PhD: A Career in Chemistry

Wondering what you can do with a science degree? After completing her PhD in Chemistry, Dr. Allison L. Stelling took a staff scientist position in Germany…

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Are Colleges a Thing of the Past?

In a recent New York Times book review, “Illiberal Arts,” Andrew Delbanco examines two books—Is College Worth It? by William J. Bennett and David Wilezol and College (Un)bound…

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