Are you a Ph.D. candidate looking for practical tips for the virtual job market?
The CEA is holding an online panel workshop to provide insights from candidates on last year's virtual job market plus tips from the perspective of the hiring departments.
Panelists will address topics such as:
What really worked during the virtual interviews?
Three mistakes not to make during your job market seminar
Three tips to start your academic career
What the government is looking for in job market candidates?
What are economic departments looking for in job candidates?
What it takes to publish your thesis?
A Q&A period with the panelists will follow the panel discussion.
Camille Simardone, Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia
2020-2021Job Market Candidate from McMaster University
Catherine Michaud-Leclerc, Assistant Professor, Université Laval
2020-2021Job Market Candidate from the University of Toronto
Claustre Bajona, Associate Professor, Ryerson University
Recent Chair of Ryerson’s Department of Economics & CEA Director
Derek Messacar, Research Analyst, Statistics Canada
Ph.D. from the University of Toronto
Marie Connolly, Professor, Université du Québec à Montréal
Data Editor for the Canadian Journal of Economics & CEA Director
Francisco Ruge-Murcia, Professor, McGill University
CEA President & Chair of the Department of Economics
Date/Time: Friday, December 3 at 2:30 pm Eastern Time
Where: online using Zoom.
Open to all!
Registration: Please select the relevant category below to indicate you attendance. Coordinates to join the event will be emailed the week of the event. If you have not received the coordinates by November 2, please email email@example.com. Note, once completed, the quantity field below will say "Purchase limit reached." You do not need to be current CEA member to complete, but we invite you to join the Association or renew your membership for 2022.
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