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Bio Career Center Becomes Top in Nation for Life Sciences Careers
Date:4/28/2009

More listings for life science postgraduates than any other U.S. jobs board

SANTA CRUZ, Calif., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio Career Center has become the nation's number one jobs board for post-graduate careers in the life sciences.

The jobs board, www.biocareercenter.com, is only for post-graduates in the life sciences and is teamed up with 19 of the most prestigious universities in the U.S.

While there are hundreds of life science career sites on the Internet, Bio Career Center is the only one that serves life science post-graduates exclusively. Bio Career Center's institution consortium consists of Stanford, Berkeley, Brown, Caltech, Emory, Georgetown, M.D. Anderson, Michigan State, New York University, Scripps Institute, University of California, Los Angeles, University of California at San Francisco, University of Colorado Denver, University of Miami, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, University of Pennsylvania, University of Washington, Vanderbilt and Weill Cornell.

Developed with the Stanford Medical School director of career services, www.biocareercenter.com is constructed for P.h.D.s, M.D.s and other post-graduates who are looking for efficient ways to manage their careers. From industry articles and assessment tools to relevant job postings, Bio Career Center is a comprehensive and free career resource center. Job seekers have access to opportunities including academia, biopharmaceutical, and government as well as vertical markets like consulting, public health and science policy.

Bio Career Center organizes qualified candidates to save recruiters time and shorten the hiring process. The site has become an industry leader because it offers employers high-quality candidates with strong life sciences educational backgrounds. In fact, nearly half of Bio Career Center's candidates are alumni. Other job boards include applicants from a host of fields, requiring employers to sort through stacks of resumes that aren't targeted to their needs.

"Since all of the candidates on our site are postgraduate life scientists and M.D.s, we know they have a passion for science," said site founder Nick Folger. "More than 40 percent of our candidates have as much as 15 years of experience. No other job board offers such an educated and experienced population of applicants, all of whom specialize in the life sciences."

Folger said that passionate candidates in the right jobs are more productive and last longer in their career paths. They also tend to show more energy and ideas during the interview process, leading to more successful placements, he contends.

About Bio Career Center

Bio Career Center features a jobs board that gathers the life sciences postgraduate and clinical communities of all member schools into one place, a staff that liaises with employers, and deep and rich content that focuses on the many career options for life sciences Ph.D.s and M.D.s. Bio Career Center can be accessed via member (university) Web sites or at www.BioCareerCenter.com. The service is free to students and alumni of member institutions.

    Contact:
    Ms. Jennifer Wezensky
    877-862-4656, Ext. 112
    Jennifer@biocareercenter.com


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