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The 2013 Salary Survey Is Here

The Scientist's annual salary survey goes international for the first time.

By | March 1, 2013

Scientists from around the world have responded to our annual salary survey. We are currently analyzing the results. Please check back in November, just in time for year-end reviews, for a break down of global life-science salaries. Explore data by life-science specializations, geographic location, degree, job title, and more.

Last year's survey showed that salaries remained relatively flat since the first ever dip in salaries recorded in our 2010 survey. But what will this year's results tell us?

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Avatar of: martine34

martine34

Posts: 2

June 5, 2012

Thanks, I took the survey. At least there have been progress and development from 2010 and probably till this year. I guess so, even those gases were really high and even products are high as well.

Marti
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June 5, 2012

Thanks, I took the survey. At least there have been progress and development from 2010 and probably till this year. I guess so, even those gases were really high and even products are high as well.

Marti
My blog : vasque à poser 

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Josh H.

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December 29, 2012

It's nice to finally see at least a small increase in salary. Many sectors have been depressed in salary for some long that some upwards movement is always positive. 

Josh

http://www.benchtobusiness.com

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fedscientist

Posts: 1

December 2, 2013

Regarding the life sciences salary survey -- very interesting, but your categories need to include organismal and environmental life scientists - ecologists and evolutionary biologists at minimum. Also, you need to expand geographically -- what about Central and South America, Asia and the Pacific (Australia), and Africa? (Perhaps sample sizes are small, but could be mentioned.) And yes, re-think your use of the word 'failure' in the context of women and men's salary disparities. If you don't have any, perhaps you need some women on your analysis team to help you understand the issues.

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