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When I finished my PhD, I carried on working in research, partly because I was unaware of other career options. Three years more in academia, and it was time to move on. But, being trapped in the “academic bubble”, I still had no clue about what I could be doing next.




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Rupesh Paudyal

Rupesh Paudyal

Science writer at I write about plant science, health, food, sustainability, environment, and my experience in academia.

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