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Yep! I am looking for a job… I don’t know for other companies, but I have always pictured pharmaceutical companies as well garded fortresses. Not very conforting! It is also doubled by the fact that ending a Master in microbiology leads to some kind of a desert. You know, studying is good and all, but schools and universities are often forming more students than workers. You can easily end up with a degree not knowing what it leads to or how it translates in the ” real world”. It’s been my first step in job hunting: figuring out. It is still not completed. And, maybe it is only my impression, but once people graduate and work, they disapear from the university paysage. You studied with these people, but you don’t know what happened to them. Is it good? Anyway, it is difficult to get some echoes from “out there”. No information, no feedback from those who “saw the beast”. Makes you feel lost, but full of promises, according to the entourage that provides you with some supportive comments, saying that because you have such a high degree, you *must* find a job. If not, who would? I just don’t think it works that way…
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Yep! I am looking for a job… I don’t know for other companies, but I have always pictured pharmaceutical companies as well garded fortresses. Not very conforting! It is also doubled by the fact that ending a Master in microbiology leads to some kind of a desert. You know, studying is good and all, but schools and universities are often forming more students than workers. You can easily end up with a degree not knowing what it leads to or how it translates in the ” real world”. It’s been my first step in job hunting: figuring out. It is still not completed. And, maybe it is only my impression, but once people graduate and work, they disapear from the university paysage. You studied with these people, but you don’t know what happened to them. Is it good? Anyway, it is difficult to get some echoes from “out there”. No information, no feedback from those who “saw the beast”. Makes you feel lost, but full of promises, according to the entourage that provides you with some supportive comments, saying that because you have such a high degree, you *must* find a job. If not, who would? I just don’t think it works that way…
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