According to Canadian PhD graduate destination statistics, 59 percent of PhD’s are employed in roles other than teaching and research and for the UK the figure is 64 percent.  So what are the implications for you if you are considering, or currently completing, study at this level? I imagine that almost everyone who embarks on […]

To do, or not to do: that is the question: Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of the undergraduate job market Or to take arms against the jeer and mock of disparaging employers And, by PhD, master them We all know by now that postgraduate degrees and the plethora […]

It’s a common problem. Someone asks you what your PhD research is about and after a few sentences their attention wanders, eyes glaze over and you might as well be explaining it to the wall. What you really need are a short, sharp sound bites – or how about a dance?  From its beginnings as […]