Posts Tagged ‘top science career blog’

Facts that every American PhD student should know

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 09-08-2011

Hey grad students. Check out these facts:

  • fewer than 20% of PhDs in the biological sciences have been moving into tenure-track academic positions within 5–6 yr of receiving a PhD
  • only 14% of these PhDs hold tenure-track positions
  • 43% of PhD graduates are employed full-time in nonacademic settings
  • 80% of American PhD graduates do NOT hold tenure track positions despite the fact that ALL are trained to pursue the tenure track dream

These, and many other interesting tidbits were blogged about in a post by BioJobBlog earlier this week. If you are thinking about what job possibilities are open to you after graduating be sure to educate yourself and check out the BioJobBlog!

Things to be thankful for

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 11-25-2010

For the second year in a row, the American Biotechnologist Blog has been named one of the top 50 science blogs. Last year we ranked second place among fifty general biotechnology blogs.

This year we were ranked one of the top 10 blogs in the General Science Career category by the Masters In Clinical Research website (www.mastersinclinicalresearch.org/top-50-blogs-about-careers-in-science.html) where we are touted as having information about careers, as well as news in science and great tips about how you can enhance your career.

We are honored to have received this recognition and we hope that we continue to be a place where you come to visit and participate in the fun. We are always open to your comments, suggestions and guest posts so please feel free to drop us a line by either leaving a comment or email: avi(at)americanbiotechnologist(dot)com (there’s also a button you can click on the top of this page).