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Date:2/25/2008

Online Career Recommendations Customized For Each Individual

SANTA CRUZ, Calif., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio Career Center (http://www.BioCareerCenter.com), an online job board and careers tool site for life-science professionals, and AdvisorTeam (http://www.AdvisorTeam.com), an innovative leader in online personality assessments, have joined forces to provide a new, focused program for a specialized group of skilled workers. The two companies today unveiled a personality-based test which produces customized career recommendations for those in clinical and life-science fields.

"As Bio Career Center is the first and only career service dedicated to expanding professional options for life-science Ph.D.s and M.D.s, it's a natural fit for AdvisorTeam's customized personality tools which can target specific career paths for this challenging industry," said Kip Parent, CEO of AdvisorTeam.

Bio Career Center features a jobs board that gathers the life-sciences postgraduate and clinical communities of each member school into one place. Bio Career Center's staff works with employers and provides deep, rich content focused on all of the alternatives that life-sciences Ph.D.s and M.D.s have before them. The company also works with higher learning institutions including: University of California, Berkeley, Caltech, Scripps Institute, Stanford, University of California at San Francisco, University of Pennsylvania and University of Washington. Last month, Bio Career Center added Emory University, University of Colorado Denver and Vanderbilt University to its fold, rounding out an already elite consortium of higher education institutions. This experience is combined with AdvisorTeam's professionals who have created an online enabled technology to help people and organizations better understand themselves and others.

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