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7 "Baby-Yet-Bold Steps" That Steer You To Research Career

When I started this blog, one of the prime objectives was to inform, encourage and educate medical students & young doctors in Bangladesh about career in public health and research. 842 more words


Does Finding Success Have a Time Limit?

“A man is a success if he wakes up in the morning and gets to bed at night and in between does what he wants to do.”  2,098 more words

Research Career For Medical Students: Bangladesh Perspectives [Part 1]

Research is an integral part of medical science. Unfortunately, in Bangladesh medical students get very little scope to do research in their undergraduate curriculum. Even those who want to be  a health researcher in future, they often can’t make it due to lack of proper guidance and support. 679 more words

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Switching career: Your parents are not your enemies!

Steve Jobs in his commencement address at Stanford University in 2005 said that “Don’t live in dogma which means living a life set by others choice.” He also said not to settle down until we find the work that we love. 896 more words


So, You've Got a Crappy Boss. . .

Author, John Rindy, MPH

I recently published an article on LinkedIn entitled The Worst Leader I’ve Ever Known.  It was an abridged re-write of an article I did a while back here on CareersOnAssignment.  1,586 more words

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New College Grads and Jobs: It Takes a Village

Author – John Rindy, MPH

In the 1960s and 70s colleges had these wonderful offices called “Placement Offices.” They literally placed new graduates in jobs. So, if you were a few weeks from graduating, you could drop by the Placement Office and, so-to-speak, pick up your first work assignment. 820 more words

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Resumes are not Just about "What I Did."

Author, John Rindy, MPH

Take a look at your resume.  Does it list things that you “have done”?  Organized and led meetings.  Waited tables.  Worked cash register. 385 more words

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