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New York, NY (PRWEB) May 25, 2012
The Scientist’s annual Salary Survey is now open to the life science community. With the help of researchers, the magazine provides insights into how salaries from various specialties and fields range in this dynamic industry.
Responses are used to compile the most up-to-date information on life-science salaries. The survey only takes about 5 minutes to complete. Then, readers can check The Scientist homepage in November - just before year-end reviews – to read the results. The article provides tables and charts showing how salaries compare by life science specialization, geographic location, degree, job title and more. Help us make this year's salary data robust and current. Fill out the survey today, and encourage peers and colleagues to do so as well.
Click here for the survey.
Last year's Salary Survey saw the biggest salaries for researchers in biophysics, virology, cancer/oncology, genomics, neuroscience, developmental biology, and immunology—fields that investigate questions that are valued by the aging baby-boomer population. Which fields will fare best this year? Help contribute to stronger results.
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