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Frequently Asked Questions
(For Job Seekers)

This FAQs page is prepared for job seekers. For Frequently Asked Questions for employers/advertisers, click here.

  • What kind of job information can I find from your website?
    We primarily provide job information on post-docs and research associates in all areas that are normally required a Ph.D. degree. If you are seeking faculty jobs / professor positions, you can visit our sister website University Job Bank at
  • How do I find jobs I want?
    Please follow the link "For Job Seekers". You can browse or search jobs by keywords and job categories.
  • How do I apply for a job?
    If you find a job ad that you are interested in, you can send your resume and cover letter to the employer directly. Please read the requirements carefully before you send your resume. In your letter, refer to what you saw on our website. In addition, please post your resume in our resume bank as well.
  • How do I post my resume?
    Please follow the link "Resume Bank" and add your resume in our database which is viewed by many professors and recruiters.
  • Can I update and delete my resume?
    Yes. Please follow the link "Resume Bank" to modify or delete your resume. The posting number and password may be required.
  • Is there a cost to post my resume?
    No. The service is free to job seekers.
  • How often if your website is updated?
    Our website is updated daily. Please visit our website often to search new job postings.
  • Can you notify me by email for the new jobs?
    Yes. Please post your resume and check "add your email in our mailing list" or send us an email request.
  • I will complete my Ph.D. program soon, can I apply for a position now?
    It is always a good idea to act sooner rather than later. You can contact the employer and see if your graduation date match the employer's requirement. Most likely, you and prospective employer can make an arrangement.
  • I am not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, can I apply for the postdoctoral positions?
    You can apply for many postdoctoral positions which do not usually require a U.S. citizenship or permanent residency. However, some positions that are funded by U.S. government may require U.S. citizenship or permanent resident. Please read the requirements carefully and contact the employer for clarification.
  • What are other resources for my careers?
    Please visit our "Resource Center" for more information. You may find some information useful in your job search, resume writing, and career advancement, etc.
  • How do I contact you if I have additional questions?
    Please use our contact form, or simply email us at



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