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The 2011 Salary Survey is here

Take our survey to help us determine the most current salary data for life scientists

By | March 8, 2011

Is the economy bouncing back? Last year's survey showed a dip in salaries for the first time in The Scientist's Salary Survey 10-year history. But what will this year's results tell us?
Take 5 minutes to linkurl:fill out this year's Salary Survey,;https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BY3Q7MS and check back in November for the results. We'll linkurl:break it down;http://www.the-scientist.com/salarysurvey/ by life science specializations, geographic location, degree, job title and more. The more responses we get, the more robust and current the data will be. So fill out the survey today, and encourage your friends to do so as well. Click linkurl:here;https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BY3Q7MS for the survey.
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Avatar of: Frank Norman

Frank Norman

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March 10, 2011

On clicking through to the survey I note that this survey is only for US scientists.

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