Who has my bioscience job?

 Do you know the companies which have your bioscience job even before they do?

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Just sending out your (generic) resume to job postings is not going to do it.  Your chances of getting an interview are down around 2%, even if you write it for the Applicant Tracking System.  But if you know which companies are actually doing the things you want to do….  Well then you are well on your way to your next job and won’t waste your time with companies and jobs you actually, really, don’t want.

You must network. But not with every single person in the whole world!  Just with the ones you have found at the right companies. But you are the one who must decide which those companies are.

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No company hires unless they have a dragon and need a knight!  You only want to slay the dragons you know how to slay.  Which companies are most likely to face those dragons? How can you find them?  And who in the company will tell you about the dragon?

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[Video] Finding your next interesting job


Are you prepared to do the work it takes to find your next interesting job?  It does take time and effort – there are no job fairies!

Decide what you find interesting in your work, then what you need in your next job, what you want to do and what kind of company you want to work in.  Then make that list of companies and start to do some targeted networking with the people who work there.  Follow up and then write your resume for each company.  

75% or more of all jobs are filled by networking

For help with each step, contact connie@biosciencejobkit.com


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