- What celestial bodies can be formed, resulting from a supernova explosion?
- Have any notable astronomers considered the pilot-wave interpretation of QM?
- What is the speed of ISS relative to ground surface?
- How accurate can a satellite's orbit be?
- Why not keep the engine for multi-stage rockets?
- Blender has suddenly close
- Rigging and Animation Problems
- Tracking constraints lagging in render (can't redo whole rig)
- Getting the location of rigid body object at current keyframe
- How to move bones with IK
- Add Thickness To An Object
- Looking for word frequency data for the Google Books ngrams
- CME SDL WEB - Modify behaviour select item
- “had been suspended” In Google Serch
- Is “too few” equivalent to “not enough”?
- What is the name of the question part in the conditional sentences?
- Present Continuous (personal initiative), Present Simple (a voice of authority)?
- Financial limitation or financial capacity
- Jump or Jump over
- Who is/ are your favourite band?
non academic job opportunities for mid aged PhD
I am currently a masters student that is due to finish early next year. I have a scholarship which covers costs and pays me a modest wage up until and including PhD. I would like to do my PhD but I am concerned about the job opportunities that will be available to me after graduating due to my age and skill set. I would be in my mid 30's when graduating and would like to work in a non academic, non laboratory environment after graduating. At some time later in life I would like to return to academia but at least after graduating I would prefer to not do so.
How are somewhat older PhD's perceived by employers outside of academia ? Do they have a harder time being employed ? I have read PhD's are often considered over qualified or to focused in their knowledge making them not as desirable to employers, is this still the case ?