The journal Science, published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), has an online news center with a special science career section.
Here you’ll find a collection of recent stories on careers in science from a variety of news publications. There’s also a lively science career discussion forum where science students, academics, employers and current scientists give each other tips on navigating their career paths.
There’s also a job search tool to look through an updated listing of current science employment opportunities. For example, we put the term “research” into the search engine and pulled up 1289 job listings in scientific research from around the world. There’s also a library of employer profiles, so that you can get to know some of the larger employers in the science industry.
You can even open an account on the site, post your resume, and get up-to-date job openings emailed to you. Your account allows you to make your resume and profile available to headhunters and employers in the science industry.
This site will help you imagine all the opportunities you’ll be able to explore with your bachelor’s degree in biomedical science from National University.