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Students: how to use LinkedIn at uni to help you get a job when you graduate

Students: how to use LinkedIn at uni to help you get a job when you graduate | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
Getting to grips with LinkedIn while you're still a student is a great way to build contacts
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Good article - look out especially for the last tip on joining and contributing to groups!

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Mobility of researchers: how open is Europe?

Mobility of researchers: how open is Europe? | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
A European Commission study aims to provide data to inform policies on further opening of labour market


A stated policy of the European Union is that, by the end of this year, there should be an open labour market for researchers. This is a core part of the European Research Area and recognises the need for knowledge transfer. To understand the movement of researchers and their reasons for moving it is essential to have high-quality data. A major survey by the European Commission sought to provide internationally comparable data to support further evidence-based policy development on the research profession at European and national level. It was carried out across the 28 member states and five other countries, including Norway, Iceland and Turkey.

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Some interesting insights into the patterns and obstacles to PhD and researcher mobility

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