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I finished my PhD in 2011 and now work in higher education as a careers adviser and researcher developer.

I’ve started this blog to share my thoughts about moving out of research while not completely moving on. This blog is very much my personal perspective but I’ll occasionally share some insights from work and hope that these, along with my own experience, might help other researchers make their own transitions, either within academia or onto something new!

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