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Monthly Archives: July 2019
Hello from Cincinnati!
First off, I’d like to publicly welcome Kate and Alexander to PhD+! Your posts so far have been thoughtful and informative, and I’m so glad you’re here. Tonight I’m posting from Cincinnati, where another MathFest is on its way. I’ve … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Conferences, Family Comments Off on Hello from Cincinnati!
Takin’ Care of Business–The Job Market
This month, I’d like to discuss maneuvering the job market. Why in July? Because this is when you need to start your apps. I was surprised the only previous PhD + epsilon post I could find on being on the … Continue reading
Posted in dealing with rejection, interviewing, job search, reading job applications, time management Tagged applications, employment, job advice, job market, shopping Comments Off on Takin’ Care of Business–The Job Market