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How to Find an Entry-Level Biotechnology Position Adam Wilson

How to Find an Entry-Level Biotechnology Position

Adam Wilson

Published February 9th 2013
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Kindle Edition
58 pages
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As the President of a website created to help job-seekers in the biotech industry, I understand that finding your first job is difficult. Through four years of improving BioPharmGuy.com and talking to my website users, I have amassed a number of tipsMoreAs the President of a website created to help job-seekers in the biotech industry, I understand that finding your first job is difficult. Through four years of improving BioPharmGuy.com and talking to my website users, I have amassed a number of tips and opinions that are reflected in “How to Find an Entry-Level Biotechnology Position”.The book is an overview of websites specific to a biotech job search as well as general job search strategies. I also include some tips on interviews and resumes that are not commonly found online or elsewhere.Included in Appendix A is a list of over 110 entry-level biotech job titles to help give you an idea of what to search for and click on.What makes me an expert?1) I personally found an entry-level biotechnology job online as well as several other jobs/internships2) I ran a personalized job search service at BioPharmGuy.com where clients paid me to find postings for them. Many clients were new graduates.3) I offered an entry-level job aggregation service at BioPharmGuy.com where I would check over 1,300 biotech company websites for entry-level jobs and format them into lists for sale.4) I currently maintain a page listing all the entry-level jobs I come across at biotech websites in the U.S. (~240 as of this writing)There is something in this book for every entry-level job seeker.