APA (American Psychological Association) 1996 Psychology: Careers for the Twenty-first Century. Washington, D.C.: APA. A career guide for those who have academic training in psychology.

APS (American Physical Society) and AIP (American Institute of Physics) 1994 Graduate Student Packet for Students in Physics. Brian B. Schwartz, editor. For physicists, some recent educational and employment statistics, tips on finding a job, and examples of career opportunities for PhD physicists, many of them in nontraditional positions.

Bailey, Nancy, and Arna Leavitt 1982 Advancing by Degrees: Engineering B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Prepared by the College of Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Washington DC: Engineering Deans Council, American Society for Engineering Education. Brief but clear discussion on how to choose the best degree for your career in engineering.

Beveridge, W.I.B. 1950 The Art of Scientific Investigation. New York, NY: Vintage Books. Beynon, Robert J.

1993 Postgraduate Study in the Biological Sciences: A Researcher's Companion. London, England: Portland Press Ltd. While fairly traditional in orientation, this guide emphasizes the importance of planning at every stage in your academic career. (''Postgraduate" is British for "graduate.")

Bloom, Floyd, editor 1995 "Careers '95: The Future of the Ph.D.," Science, Vol. 270 (Oct. 6, 1995)

Bolles, Richard N. 1995 The 1995 What Color Is Your Parachute?: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters & Career-Changers. Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press. Although this popular guide is not specifically aimed at a scientific readership, most of its principles apply. Also, the author earned a physics degree from Harvard and studied chemical engineering at MIT.

Bundy, Alan, Ben du Boulay, Jim Howe, and Gordon Plotkin 1986 The Researchers' Bible. Technical Report DAI Teaching Paper No. 4, Edinburgh, Scotland: Department of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh.

CASS Recruitment Publications 1995 Career Development Guide: Women in Engineering and Technology Edition. Evanston, IL: Cass Communications, Inc. Feature articles on such issues as women in technology, and salaries, relocation, and career opportunities for women.

CGS (Council of Graduate Schools) 1989 Graduate School and You: A Guide for Prospective Graduate Students . Washington, DC: CGS.

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