Last Day for Salary Survey

Today is your last chance to participate in our 2011 survey of life science salaries.

By | June 26, 2011


 

The Scientist’s 2011 Salary Survey will close this weekend, so if you haven't taken 5 minutes
to tell us about your current job, do it today! Help us estimate current salary rates for life scientists, and in November—just before year-end reviews—we’ll publish the results.

We’ll show you how salaries compare by life science specializations, by geographic location, by degree, job title and more.  Help us make this year's salary data robust and current.  Fill out the survey today, and send the link to your friends.

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