Rate Your Workplace Today!

Only two weeks left to participate in The Scientist’s 2013 survey for best place to work in the life sciences.

By | November 9, 2012

As The Scientist enters its 11th round of annual Best Places to Work surveys—including Postdocs, Industry, and Academia—we invite you to make it our best year yet.

If you are working in life science in an academic, industry, private or government institution, tell us about your workplace. The only way to nominate your institution for the ranking is to take the survey. An analysis of the results will be published in The Scientist’s April (postdocs), June (industry), and August (academia) issues. All those who respond to our survey by November 26, 2012 can enter in a drawing for a $100 gift certificate from Amazon.com. (Gift certificate will be provided in equivalent local currency if winner is outside the United States.)

Please tell your coworkers about the survey! The more responses we receive from your institution, the more valuable the results will be. Your answers will be kept completely confidential.

   
Take the postdoc survey now!   Take the industry survey now!   Take the academia survey now!

 

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