Guide to Life Science Careers
by Karen Peterson
Publisher: NPG Education 2010
The Guide to Life Science Careers helps you to explore and choose what career is best for you. Starting with an assessment of who you are and how you work best, this guide takes you on a journey that extends from a survey of possible careers through the steps necessary to get there.
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