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What do researchers do? First ever analysis of employment destinations and impact of
 

Summary: What do researchers do?
First ever analysis of employment destinations and impact of
doctoral graduates three years after graduation
I Benefits of doctoral study to employability
and career progression
I Dominant occupational clusters of doctoral graduates,
salaries and career satisfaction
I Use of knowledge, skills, experience and the impact
of doctoral graduates in the workplace and beyond
Vitae is supported by Research Councils UK (RCUK),
managed by CRAC: The Career Development Organisation
and delivered in partnership with regional Hub host universities
Doctoral graduate destinations
and impact three years on
2010
`What do researchers do? Doctoral graduate destinations and impact three years on'
published by The Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited
Produced as part of the `What do researchers do?' series by VitaeŽ
`What do researchers do? Doctoral graduate destinations and impact three years on'
has been written by:

  

Source: Anderson, Jim - School of Mathematics, University of Southampton

 

Collections: Mathematics