Ten top tips for career planning for physical and health education graduate students
This paper is a compilation of ten top tips for navigating life after graduation gathered from faculty members and graduate students of the Physical and Health Education Canada Research Council who have lived experiences from such shifts. It provides graduate students and early career scholars with strategies for transitioning out of the student role and into a professional career, including academic and non-academic positions.
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