Unlike the academic job market, there is no seasonality to non-academic job advertisements; positions are posted throughout the year on a large of variety of job boards. In addition, there is a hidden job market of opportunities that are never published online. Regardless of whether or not job opportunities are published online, it is estimated that more than 70% of jobs in the non-academic arena are found through personal and professional contacts. In other words, through networking.
Non-academic job search sites
For a listing of current local networking opportunities, check out the current issue of the Postdoc Update.
Sometimes, human-on-human contact is scary. That's why there's LinkedIn. Check out these handy guides to networking via the Interwebs.
How to Use LinkedIn to Find a Job - Susan Gunelius (SproutSocial)
Four Essentials For Networking with Strangers on LinkedIn - Joshua Waldman (Careerealism)
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