List of documents in Vitae publications section


Vitae What do researchers do? Early career progression of doctoral graduates 2013

This report provides a fascinating overview of doctoral graduates’ early careers, looking at their employment three years on from their PhDs and highlighting the major value of doctoral study to researchers, employers and society at large.


Vitae Women in research 2016

This leaflet summarises the current situation on the gender balance within academia in the UK and Europe. It also highlights the gender differences in ‘What do research staff do next?’ (2016), which explored why and how former research staff move to occupations beyond academic research. Finally, it presents Vitae’s resources to support equality and diversity, and key websites that support gender equality.


What are HEI research staff for? 2007

Discussion paper on 'What are HEI Research Staff for?' from different stakeholder perspectives


What do Arts and Humanities researchers do?

An infographic on career destinations of PhD holders in Arts and Humanities


What do Biological Sciences researchers do?

An infographic showing career destinations of biological sciences PhD holders.


What do Biomedical Sciences researchers do?

An infographic on career destinations of Biomedical PhD holders


What do Physical Sciences and Engineering researchers do?

An infographic showing career destinations of Physical Sciences and Engineering PhD holders


What do research staff do next? report 2016

A report in the series of 'What do researchers do?' on careers of research staff who have made successful transitions to other occupations


What do Social Sciences researchers do?

An infographic showing career destinations of Social Sciences PhD graduates


Who shares wins - Occasional paper A5

Paper based on workshop 'A5: Who shares wins A new model in doctoral training' presented at the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference, 8-9 September 2015, Manchester, UK