You may have noticed we’ve given the Naturejobs homepage a minor spring clean – we’re still making a few tweaks, but the search box is both more prominent and streamlined, news and features are easier to find and we’ve added this new blog. We’ll be using the blog to post short news items to help keep you up-to-date with the latest developments affecting the job landscape for scientists, and we’ll also be including more provocative pieces to promote discussion and debate.
As with any blog, we’re looking for interaction with you, our readers – so please let us know what you think in the comments section. If there’s something you’d like to see covered, just let us know – we’ll consider all suggestions.
Most of the posts will come from me, Rachel Bowden – I’m the Naturejobs web editor – but we’ll also be looking for guest bloggers to contribute in the future, so watch this space.
The changes are the first phase of a larger project to make the Naturejobs website more useful to jobseekers and employers. We’re also putting together a short online survey about the website so you can have your say, so please watch out for it – your answers will help make the website better for everyone.