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By Harvey Yau  With the exponential growth of genomics and personalized medicine sectors, more fields within the segments will open for biologists in the foreseeable future.Merely 10 years ago, it would take about $100,000 to run one’s personal genomes, now it costs less than $100 (it takes a bit more to interpret the data though).Check out this month’s article pick to read more about the abu ... Read More
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60% of scientific and clinical hiring managers struggle to find people with the right combination of skills for the job. An ideal candidate scores high marks across three different categories.    ... Read More
New Science Job
Regardless of whether you’re an entry-level worker or a seasoned scientific professional, it’s important to stand out in the first three months of a new job. The reason for this is straightforward: both your supervisor and your co-workers want you to add value to the team, so they’ll be watching you to see how well you’re performing. We surveyed scientific and clinical hiring managers in the U.S. ... Read More
Starting Out In a Scientific Field
If you’re an entry-level scientific or clinical professional, new graduate, or starting over with a new career in this field, you might be concerned about landing a job with little or no prior work experience. Worry not! You’re right where you need to be. The good news is that you’re also in high demand.  We surveyed scientific and clinical hiring managers in the U.S. and Canada to discover top wa ... Read More
Sci EP Solar Fuel Opportunities_504x504_150408
By Harvey Yau According to a new report by Markets Report Hub, the global clinical trial management system (CTMS) market is set to reach $920 million by the start of the next decade, with growth boosted by contract research organizations (CRO). The report found that from 2016 to 2021 the CTMS market will grow by 11.5%, with the CRO segment forecast to witness the highest growth rate driven by the ... Read More
Sci 2016 Talent Trends_180x180_160692
What workforce trends can talent in the life sciences industry expect to see through the end of 2016? Developments that were set in motion in the past two years will continue to disrupt the market, broadening the life sciences workforce spectrum and changing how talent wants to be engaged. Kelly® is proud to present this concise editorial on important workforce trends that are likely to impact tal ... Read More
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By Harvey Yau This month’s article pick dissects what could be worrying news for new Ph.D. graduates in life and physical sciences. The unemployment rate for new scientists has risen significantly. Even academia post-doctorate roles have shrunk due to a lower number of research and development (R&D) partnerships. Here are key points to keep in mind to ensure success in today’s tighter hiring clima ... Read More
Sci Move Towards IP_EP_180x180_150408
By Harvey Yau  This month’s article pick has profound data points to highlight how intellectual property (IP) is driving the biggest innovation budgets in science. After my recent participation in the June BIO International Convention, I can also confirm the extensive need for IP in the science realm. This fast growing field can provide career expansion and enchantment opportunities for a lot of s ... Read More
Sci Work Life Balance_EP_180x180_150408
By Harvey YauThe latest workforce trends still shows STEM job growth outpacing non-STEM growth. As a result, highly skilled and experienced scientific workers may be able to not only choose which company to work for, but also where and how they want to work. The concept of work-life balance has evolved one step further into work-life design. STEM employees are in a prime position to negotiate indi ... Read More
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By Harvey Yau  Here’s an interesting article that examines what happens to new scientists when they finish their doctorate degrees. It’s imperative for new Ph.D.’s to be selective with their postdoc assignments to maximize their future earning potential. It’s also important that Ph.D. candidates look to working in growing and emerging fields to combat low paying career outcomes. Many of these indu ... Read More
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Scientific and clinical hiring managers reveal top insights on how they evaluate and distinguish candidates for hire and ways scientific professionals can gain an edge in the hiring process to get noticed and ultimately, hired.    ... Read More
Editors Pick
By Harvey Yau A recent survey from across the pond says 1/3 of all female STEM workers will look to quit their positions within 5 years, citing a lack of career advancement and professional development opportunities. The survey itself is worth mentioning here, because it highlights what could become an alarming trend for women working in STEM professions everywhere. Although there is no easy fix t ... Read More
Sci EP Broader Purpose Teaching_504x504_150408
By  Harvey Yau     There is a new way of teaching Chemistry and other scientific subjects in the secondary school level that is setting a benchmark when it comes to educating future chemists and scientists as collaborators. This aspect of training is invaluable for modern scientific organizations especially in the R&D setting. Most assets and intellectual properties are developed collaboratively a ... Read More
Sci EP Solar Fuel Opportunities_504x504_150408
By  Harvey Yau     Scientist are making strides in the once futuristic realm of “solar fuel”. The recent success of mimicking photosynthesis and understanding how to replicate the chemical process by the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory could be an interesting movement to watch in the green energy space. Overcoming the hurdle of storing and utilizing biofuels is a major brea ... Read More
Sci EP Critical BioManu Trends_504x504_150408
By  Harvey Yau     A key survey and report to watch in the biopharm space was released recently. The BioPlan Associates' Annual Report and Survey of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Capacity details the top priorities of manufactures. A growing share of survey respondents reported having outsourced manufacturing to domestic service providers to cut costs.This confirms predictions made by many life ... Read More
Sci EP 2015 O&G Trends_504x504_150408
By Harvey Yau  This article applies nicely to recovery aspects of the oil and gas industry that science and engineering talent should pay close attention to. Kelly is seeing signs of recovery in this otherwise difficult business sector for 2015. Many companies (several are Kelly’s workforce partners) are ahead of the curve on the recovery. This is because many opted not to focus solely on red ... Read More
Career Guide Green Jobs_504x504
As the world adopts more green policies and invests more in sustainability, anywhere between 15 and 60 million green jobs will be added in the coming years. The renewable energy sector alone employs 5 million people globally. Green jobs are found in nearly every industry, from renewable energy and water conservation to manufacturing and business management. Environmental science is quickly becomin ... Read More
Future Green Jobs_504x504
The number of global green jobs is difficult to estimate, but easily numbers in the tens of millions. As the world continues to embrace green products and policies, it’s estimated that 15-60 million green jobs may be on the horizon. Green careers can be found throughout general industries, however, most green jobs are in manufacturing and public services. Employers in these sectors are looking for ... Read More
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Currently, job posting trends reveal that the demand for science professionals is 40 percent higher than for all other professions. Moreover, science occupations are predicted to grow by 13 percent over the next decade, adding more than 135,000 new jobs in that time. These numbers correspond to a strong predicted growth in the global pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical diagnostics. Read thi ... Read More
Sci Clinical Right For You_250x250
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, professions in the field of clinical research are predicted to grow faster than the national average in the upcoming years. If you’re looking to pursue a career in clinical research, it’s essential to understand the unique skill sets required to succeed. Today’s clinical talent needs to possess a combination of personality traits, job specific abil ... Read More
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Conversation that quickly sums up what you have to offer is no longer consigned to the elevator; the pitch is now the staple of networking meetings and conferences, and the well-crafted “self“ pitch is morphing into a form that fits into an online world. Much like the phases of a clinical trial the elevator pitches for today’s science and clinical research professionals needs to be well planned. A ... Read More
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Beyond the Lab
20 Feb 2014
It’s becoming increasingly apparent that the Bachelor of Science is the foundation degree that provides students with the skills essential to a wide-ranging career in the industries of the future. A Bachelor of Science will prepare graduates for more than just work in a laboratory setting– skills such as critical thinking, strategic analysis and communication are in demand by all sorts of employer ... Read More

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