iJOBS Virtual Site Visit: Janssen

  • July 22, 2021
iJOBS Blog

By Rebecca Manubag

On July 8th, Rutgers iJOBS took attendees on an informative virtual site visit to  Janssen, the pharmaceutical branch of Johnson & Johnson. This event was open to undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students interested in learning more about Janssen’s hiring process, as well as some details of specific positions held by the variety of panelists.

The Cover Letter: An Opportunity to Show Authenticity

  • April 13, 2021

By Helena Mello

If you are an avid iJOBS blog reader and aspiring job applicant, you have certainly needed to write a cover letter. While not always essential, many job openings recommend that you write one. A cover letter may be overlooked by some, but it is a great opportunity to sell yourself beyond the resume.

iJOBS Career Panel: Research Jobs in Industry

  • March 10, 2021
iJOBS Blog

By Samantha Avina

Photo courtesy of Maâli Mnasri “Conducting Scientific Research in Companies: A New Workflow Model.” Medium, Opla, 18 June 2019, medium.com/opla/conducting-scientific-research-in-companies-a-new-workflow-model-5ee6cb91b916. 

A Recipe for Success: Your guide to the Medical Writing application process

  • January 26, 2021
iJOBS Blog

By: Brianna Alexander

So, you want to be a medical writer? You’ve read blogs and attended seminars; you’ve combed over LinkedIn profiles and even conducted some informational interviews with field professionals. You’re finishing up the last few months of your graduate school training and eager to step into the world of medical communications. Before you know it, it's time to start applying and now, approaching the doorway of transition, you think: What will the application process be like? What can I expect during the interview?