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Thread: Blog for FindAMasters & FindAPhD!

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19-Dec-17, 10:11
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Great to know that but you can find many bloggers on facebook though.

Thread: Need some advice on how to motivate oneself?

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18-Dec-17, 09:10
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Sometimes we want to be in charge and identify with ourselves sometimes. Connections with our inner selves can be lost in the constant distraction from friends, gadgets and unnecessary demands. Against the popular notion that being alone is weird, we search for moments of peace with ourselves. Such moments have triggered great ideas for successful icons like Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton. It is important to consider how solitude could increase and boost your level of success. Now you are one path to becoming a great hero in your life.

Thread: Freelance scientist

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18-Dec-17, 08:55
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No, I'm not aware of any but I do have some knowledge. You can join a group that shares the same interest and go through the same challenges. Also, There aren't that many scientists in the world, and you can easily penetrate the market if your services are carefully packaged and professionally marketed. You can also limit your skills area to only chemistry, engineering or physics. his way, you will be able to attract specific clientele over time and build a reputation as an authority in the field.

Thread: Freelance scientist

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14-Dec-17, 09:36
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Scientists are traditionally known to belong to laboratories and research centers. Their lives revolve around research, experiments, reports, and lots of complicated stuff. It is quite demanding being a scientist of any kind, but one misconception that has to be quashed is that the job requires the scientist’s physical presence.

Science-based professionals are no longer confined to laboratories. You can earn a lot by working as a freelance scientist.

Thread: Is full time or part-time post graduate is best?

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14-Dec-17, 09:06
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I am interested in some courses and I need to do a job also to back myself economically. And which suits me well with a private job in Prague?
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