It doesn't matter if you're in your first year or your last: you can't get to where you want to be if you don't know where it is that you want to be.
Exploring your career options, evaluating your current skills (and what skills you want to develop), delving into your values, and discovering what your personal metrics of success will provide you with tools to focus your job search, to increase your odds of finding that "perfect" match, and to enhance your ability to negotiate when the time comes.
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Assess your interests, skills, and values and discover career suggestions based on your results. Explore career pathways pursued by PhDs in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Plan your graduate program and career goals.
Examine your skills, interests, and values and match them to scientific career pathways. Set strategic academic and career goals. Find articles and resources to guide you through the career planning process.