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  • Starting a New Job in Industry

    Saurabh Sen, Ph.D
    Biopharma Research
    Changing Careers
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    A new job, a new environment, a bunch of new faces, a new boss to work with and a new place to get adjusted to, there is a huge bag of apprehensions on joining a new job. Lots of expectations of the new employer, getting to know the new people and trying to work out the personal chemistry in the new environment are itself quite a challenging task, not to mention meeting one’s own expectations. The first day, the first week and the first month – all are equally a great learning and adjustment phase in a new job. It can easily be three to six months for a person to get accustomed to a new job, especially if the organization is big and spread out over different sites. And for giant companies, it ...