|The recessionary economy makes finding work tough for both new graduates and experienced researchers|
For the summer of 1991, the outlook is on the hazy side for young scientists pounding the hot pavement, curriculum vitae in hand, looking for a new--or a first--professional position. While there are some indications of an upturn in the economy, recessionary strategizing is causing companies and universities to...
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