Looking for advice on bio career

Antonio Leonardi ALeonardi at pop.niaid.nih.gov
Tue Jun 10 14:22:16 EST 1997


sunnyesq at ix.netcom.com(sunny N stewart) writes:
> My advice is to go into either marketing or law or both!! Thats what I
> did and  i think its the way to go!!
> 
> Sunny
> 
> 
> In <5n40hp$lud at usenet.srv.cis.pitt.edu> hmbst7 at vms.cis.pitt.edu writes:
> 
> >
> >Hi. My mane is Heather Brockway.  I was advised to post here by a
> friend from 
> >scr.research.  I'm a recent graduate from the University of Pittsburgh
> with a 
> >BS in Biological Sciences.  I'm looking for advice on what to do now.
> I'm 
> >considering grad school, I'm not sure I want to make that kind of
> committment 
> >right now.  I extremely interested in genetics and/or botany. I would
> like to
> >try research to see if that path might be good for me.  Unfortunately,
> >the only lab experience I have is the course work I have done. I have
> been
> >told that being unskilled isn't uncommon.  I'm looking specifically
> for 
> >advice on how to "break" into a research career. I have applied for
> several 
> >positions within the University but it seems that I can't get in. Does
> anyone 
> >have any suggestions.  Any advice will be sincerely appreciated!!
> Thanks in 
> >advance!!! 
> >Heather   
> 




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