How Much Do You Make?

Fill out our annual Salary Survey to help us calculate the most current salary data for life scientists.

By | May 16, 2012

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Last year's Salary Survey saw the biggest numbers for researchers in biophysics, virology, cancer/oncology, genomics, neuroscience, developmental biology, and immunology—fields that largely encompass those a­reas of research valued by the aging baby-boomer population. Which fields will fare best this year?

Take 5 minutes to tell us how you're doing in this year's Salary Survey. We'll break it down by life science specializations, geographic location, degree, job title and more, and report the results in our November issue this year. 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 the same.

Click here for the survey.

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