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FREE Webinar on 10 Things You Can Do NOW to Get a Job
Learn specific tasks that can be done RIGHT NOW to find a job. Adaptable to any career stage but especially valuable for those who are about to graduate or finish their postdoc and haven’t secured employment yet. REGISTER NOW for this free event, being held on April 30, 2015 at 2pm ET and co-sponsored by Physics Today.



Career Options for Physicists
Explore the many varied career options available to physicists, compiled by the Society of Physics Students in the Summer 2014 issue of the SPS Observer.



The Interview (recorded webinar)
Discover what to do before, during, and after your job interview to impress your potential employer and land the job.



Career Advice from Alaina G. Levine
Alaina G. Levine is a STEM career consultant, science and engineering writer, and professional speaker and comedian. Her new book, Networking for Nerds (on networking strategies for scientists and engineers), will be published by Wiley in 2014.


Document Templates
Put your best self forward to potential employers using proven document templates from career consultant Alaina G. Levine.


Career Information for Current Students
Still in school and wondering what your options are? Don’t be overwhelmed! Learn from recent graduates about the assorted tracks they have taken to gain professional experience in the science and engineering fields.



Career Profiles
Review detailed information about some of the most exciting available career paths in the science and engineering fields.


AIP Career Resources
Access additional careers aids from the American Institute of Physics and its member societies.



Careers Toolbox for Undergraduate Physics Students
This set of tools guides physics students through an exploration of career options and helps prepare them for success in the job search. Many of the tools can also be used to find internships, research positions, or even gain entrance into graduate programs. Created by the American Institute of Physics and the Society of Physics Students.



Employment Data and Statistics
Review the latest information for physicists, astronomers, and related scientists prepared by the American Institute of Physics' Statistical Research Center. These include valuable reports sorted by education level, type of employment, workplace sector, and more.