For those of you who expressed a desire to know a bit more about how it is structured, here’s a peek inside the book!
In the Worlds of Work series, I pull together resources for jobseekers interested in learning more about a particular industry or sector. Typically, this involves curating some good sources of job listings, some things that are good to read to keep on top of industry trends, and then some sources of insight into the culture […]
I am delighted to report that two of my very favorite internet linguists Lauren Gawne and Gretchen McCulloch have teamed up to launch a podcast called Lingthusiasm. It’s a podcast that’s enthusiastic about linguistics!!! You can listen to it on iTunes, Soundcloud, Google Play Music, YouTube or most other podcast apps via rss. They launched with three episodes: […]
There are many ways to get involved and join the Career Linguist community – one way is to be a guest blogger, like these people have: Guest Blogger: Anna Dausman is a linguist and storyteller based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Anna earned her BA in English and Linguistics from the College of William & Mary, and is […]
As 2016 draws to a close, reflecting back on the five most viewed pages and posts of the year here at Career Linguist. #5 What skills are cultivated by studying linguistics? A re-posting of some of the core skills cultivated by studying linguistics. Share your favorites using #lingustics #skills #4 Resources for jobseekers I pulled […]
Professional Profile Resources
Some places to start I am often advocating here on Career Linguist for bringing your research skills to the task of researching your career. I thought I would see what resources might be available to someone trying to start out on this journey. so, I googled “jobs with a linguistics degree” This is what I found #1 Linguistics […]
How to find Data Science bootcamps Quite a bit of discussion yesterday at our professional paths for linguists workshop (more about the workshop itself soon) about data science, and so wanted to quickly share a great resource contributed by one of our participants: Data Science Bootcamp Programs – Full Time, Part Time and Online http://yet-another-data-blog.blogspot.com/2014/04/data-science-bootcamp-landscape-full.html […]
Actually, I’ve already written it. Bringing Linguistics To Work is a guide for linguists of all backgrounds looking to explore careers beyond academia. Whether you’re a recent undergrad, a graduate student, or someone already midway through their career, this book has been designed to help you use your linguistic experience to work through the career […]
Check out Beyond Academia for some wonderful resources for jobseekers! Oh, and they are also re-blogging this month from my Career Profiles in Linguistics Series 🙂 Thanks for the share Beyond Academia!!!