Increasingly, applicants for faculty positions are being asked to write a teaching philosophy. What do hiring committees look for in a teaching philosophy? How does one avoid making a costly error?

Does the thought of "networking" make you cringe? Scientists know that networking is an absolutely essential skill but it can be difficult to master. Learn about the specific challenges that scientists face in trying to build a network and how to overcome them.

Considering a career in academic research, teaching, or industry? Check out this publication from The American Society for Cell Biology giving practical advice for those seeking jobs in life sciences research and teaching.

Planning on going on the academic job market this year? In this article from The Chronicle of Higher Education, Julie M. Vick (from Career Services at the University of Pennsylvania) and Jennifer S. Furlong (at Columbia University's Center for Career Education) give tips and strategies for the academic job hunt during tough times

Science Careers' The Informed Job Search provides immensely useful insight into how today's scientists can perfect the job hunt. If you're a late stage research trainee looking to break into the job market, this resource contains some very vaulable tips and tricks.