Identifying Transferable Skills and Competences to Enhance Early Career Researchers Employability and Competitiveness

Abstract : This report identifies transferable skills and competences a relevant for early career researchers to gather during their doctoral training program and beyond, in order to increase their employability in multiple work sectors. A skills matrix and infographic (see Appendix) with nine different categories, containing a total of 66 transferable skills and competences, is presented. Advice on how to acquire and document these skills and competences is provided.
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Charlotte Teresa Weber, Melania Borit, Fabien Canolle, Eva Hnatkova, Gareth O'Neill, et al.. Identifying Transferable Skills and Competences to Enhance Early Career Researchers Employability and Competitiveness. [Research Report] EURODOC. 2018. ⟨hal-01894753⟩

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