Building a successful career requires more than just your professional expertise. Careers insight from brightrecruits.com provides all the information, advice and inspiration you need to find and secure your ideal job.
Your career options
What are your career options?
Where to start if you're wondering what job is right for you
How to land your ideal job
Vacancies may be scarce, but this just means that you have to be better prepared
Your job application
Writing your CV
Make the most of your curriculum vitae
How to stand out from the crowd
Make the most of your covering letter to highlight your potential
Your job interview
Tips on winning over the most sceptical panel
What they are and how to deal with them
Show off your team-working skills to best advantage
In the March 2015 Graduate Careers supplement from Physics World magazine, Margaret Harris explores the findings of a recent survey that asked physics students to share their career concerns and aspirations. Plus all the latest graduate vacancies. Download your free PDF now.
See also our previous graduate careers supplements in Physics World:
March 2015 Graduate Careers
Choices ahoy: How to filter the many career options a physics degree offers
October 2014 Graduate Careers
STEM paradox: Is there really a shortage of STEM graduates in the workplace?
March 2014 Graduate Careers
Working abroad: The ups and downs of travelling the globe for your career
October 2013 Graduate Careers
Risky business: Joining a physics spin-out can be a leap of faith
March 2013 Graduate Careers
Soft landings: The skills you didn't know you had
October 2012 Graduate Careers
Bumps along the road: The barriers to a successful academic career
March 2012 Graduate Careers
Be a front-runner: Findinf your first job in a touch market
October 2011 Graduate Careers
Which way now? Finding jobs for physics graduates
Women in Science and Engineering
The Independent, a leading UK newspaper, has published a special supplement on the opportunities for women in science and engineering. Download your copy now – and look out for the advert featuring brightrecruits.com and the IOP's Project Juno, which aims to help physics university departments achieve gender equality at all levels.
An introductory guide for authors
This guide is for early career researchers who are beginning to write papers for publication. Academic publishing is changing rapidly, with new technologies and publication models giving authors much more choice over where and how to publish their work. Whether you are writing up the results of a PhD chapter or submitting your first paper, knowing how to choose the best outlet for your work is essential.
This guide will provide an overview of academic publishing and advice on how to make the most of the process for sharing your research.
Read the full Introductory guide for authors online now