A postdoc position is often looked upon as a stepping stone to a tenure track faculty position. But a postdoc also involves a unique set of challenges which many PhD graduates do not anticipate when they apply. In this post, I look at some of the challenges faced by postdocs and suggest tips on how you can avoid them if you are considering postdoctoral research after your PhD.

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