Reference : Challenging transitions.
Scientific journals : Letter to the editor
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Education & instruction
Challenging transitions.
Wasalathanthri, Niluka D. [> >]
Syed-Shan-e-Ali, Zaïdi mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Agronomie, Bio-ingénierie et Chimie (AgroBioChem) > Ingénierie des productions végétales et valorisation >]
Mahrt, Elena [> >]
Srivastava, Sudhakar [> >]
Yu, Kun-Hsing [> >]
Johansson, Karin S. L. [> >]
Li, Fengbo [> >]
Jimenez, Maria Fernanda Torres [> >]
Lo, Cody [> >]
Allareddy, Veerasathpurush [> >]
Romero-Molina, Carmen [> >]
Mosegaard, Signe [> >]
Heaton, Steven M. [> >]
Park, Jonathan Joon-Young [> >]
Bacon, Christine D. [> >]
Yu, Sha [> >]
Polat, Emre Ozan [> >]
Wasalathanthri, Dhanuka [> >]
Wang, Wei [> >]
Agarwal, Divyansh [> >]
Science (New York, N.Y.)
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United States
[en] We asked young scientists these questions: Have you ever encountered a particularly stark difference between an old and new position in your education or career? What was the difference between the positions, and what advice would you give to someone making a similar transition? Here, respondents share the challenges they faced when they took on new responsibilities and roles, changed fields, or moved to new places. To others in similar situations, they advise: Be confident, prepared, and patient; communicate; and always ask for help when needed. —Jennifer Sills

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