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Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited About these slides These slides originate from What do researchers do? First destinations of doctoral graduates by subject and What do researchers do? Career profiles of doctoral graduates published by The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited as part of the What do researchers do? series by Vitae® ISBN: What do researchers do? First destinations of doctoral graduates by subject ISBN: What do researchers do? Career profiles of doctoral graduates These slides may be reproduced for non-commercial purposes providing the source is acknowledged. If material is required for commercial use, please contact Vitae in the first instance. Full copies of these publications are available at
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited What do researchers do? career profiles of doctoral graduates
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Impact on career journeys Individual career and personal choices take the story tellers on a journey and draws on the skills and experiences gained along the way My doctorate changed my life. It opened doors, and it also opened my mind. I take on challenges now, in my life and my career, because I have faith in my own abilities. [Cora Beth Knowles (Latin literature), Open University] The career path from science doctorate to becoming a professional storyteller is probably not usual nor was it predictable, but it undoubtedly draws on many aspects of my earlier work and is immensely enjoyable and fulfilling. [Martin Maudsley (environmental biology), Story Soup] The confidence I gained working in a multi-disciplinary environment and the insight into the expertise of other professionals has been highly influential in my career. [Karina Lovell (health sciences), therapist for a charity and a professor of mental health]
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited What do researchers do? first destinations of doctoral graduates by subject
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Employment circumstances biological sciences
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Employment sectors biological sciences
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Occupations biological sciences
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Occupations biology
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Occupations biochemistry, molecular biology and biophysics
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Occupations microbiology
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Occupations agriculture
Vitae®, © 2009 The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited Occupations other biological sciences
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