A wonderful conversation about health research, from the most engaging and inspirational Kathryn Ticknor! Check out her MEDx talk here: https://medicinex.stanford.edu/medx-speakers/kathryn-ticknor/ Find Kathryn on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathrynticknor/ and on Twitter @ticktalkrock Catch up on the stories that you have missed by going to the stories around the campfire page here on Career Linguist. Linguists’ skills and […]
This post is written by guest blogger Patrick Goodridge a linguist, language teacher, and writer based in Philadelphia, PA. Read more about Patrick below or on the Career Linguist guest bloggers page where you can also learn about being a guest blogger for Career Linguist yourself!! To read Part I of this post featuring ideas […]
Sometimes starting up with career navigation can feel like that moment at the very beginning of a journey using GPS. That first moment, when you’re just starting off from standstill, and you are told “head west!” and you just have got no idea which way that might be. Sometimes it is hard to know enough […]
“Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th.” Julie Andrews, born on this day in 1935. pic.twitter.com/vKLXvoBJjc — wordnik (@wordnik) October 1, 2016
When you are just beginning a job search, it is at times very useful to just pick something. As we have been discussing, there are many ways of conceptualizing work – many “ways in” to think about the world of work, so let’s think about how we might use this site to help pick one […]
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I have received a few inquiries this week from linguists wondering how to begin job searches. Some of their specific questions included: How do I narrow down what fields to focus on? How will I know what kind of a job I will like? How do I find jobs that leverage my strengths and interests? […]
Over the course of a weekend’s worth of Career Linguist activities at the Linguistics Society of America annual meeting, the question that sticks with me is the one I received last night at the networking mixer: “how do I convince them to hire me?” Apart from the discursive othering that this question involves, I am […]