Last chance to vote for the Best Places to Work in Academia

Add your voice to the poll and help us place your institution in the ranking. Survey closes Sept. 4

The Scientist Staff
Jul 25, 2007
With your input, this year's Best Places to Work in Academia survey will highlight what you think is most important in defining a great workplace. Already, some of your institutions have taken notice of what you have said. Listen to our recent podcast with last year's top two schools to see how they responded to their employees' opinions. Take a few minutes to fill out our survey (you can do it anonymously), and add your opinion to the pool. Every vote counts. Then in November, find out how your institution fared against others in the factors you ranked most important, and use the data to help you decide your next career move. In 2006, scientists ranked St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, in Memphis, Tennessee, number 1. See what you voted as the top institutions in the United Kingdom and Canada. This year we want to cover academic institutes in...

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