Category Archives: Research Careers

What Motivates Researchers Towards Higher Performance?

Most people who go into research do so because they have a deep-seated desire to simply “figure things out”, an inborn sense of curiosity that drive their personality. However, there are people that get into the business for other reasons such as financial incentive or a need to achieve a certain status. When it comes […]

August 1, 2015 Read more →

Do you need an Advanced Degree to be Successful in Research?

If you’re thinking of a research job, but just aren’t sure you’ve got the time, money or desire to spend 8 to 12 years in school earning a PhD, don’t worry.  Although some research jobs do require a doctorate degree, not every research job requires that many years in school. Let’s take a look at […]

June 29, 2015 Read more →