As part of our efforts to make naturejobs.com more useful to jobseekers and employers, we’ve expanded our range of Twitter feeds. Our main feed,
naturejobs</a>, will now feature the <strong>latest science careers news and features</strong> from across <em>Nature</em>'s publications and further afield instead of new jobs. We'll also tweet occasionally about <strong>upcoming special features for employers</strong>. To get the latest jobs, follow one of our <strong>new automatic jobs feeds</strong> - either <a href="http://twitter.com/naturejobs_feed">naturejobs_feed for all of our science vacancies (you’ll get a lot of tweets from this feed) or one of the more targeted feeds from the list below.
We’ve chosen the feeds based on what jobs you search for on our site, plus Nature‘s main content areas – if you think we’ve missed something, either leave a comment below or tweet @naturejobs and we’ll look into it. We did the best we could with the feed names – I’ve included an explanation below if they’re not immediately clear. One or two of the feeds might not have any tweets yet, but we should get new vacancies in those areas soon.
We hope you find them useful – and good luck with your job search.
@naturejobs – latest science careers news and features from across Nature and further afield
Automatic jobs feeds
@naturejobs_feed – all science jobs
<a href="http://twitter.com/senior_sci_jobs">senior_sci_jobs – senior scientist jobs
<a href="http://twitter.com/chem_jobs">chem_jobs – chemistry jobs
<a href="http://twitter.com/earth_env_jobs">earth_env_jobs – earth and environmental science jobs
<a href="http://twitter.com/neuro_jobs">neuro_jobs – neuroscience jobs
<a href="http://twitter.com/compu_sci_jobs">compu_sci_jobs – computer science jobs
<a href="http://twitter.com/bioinfo_jobs">bioinfo_jobs – bioinformatics jobs
@microbio_jobs – microbiology jobs