The training and skill sets necessary to fill these jobs are becoming more complex. Postdoc research positions are stretching beyond five years, sometimes to seven and 10 years. One reason is that "the turnover from the top is not as frequent as [from] the bottom [creating an advancement bottleneck], and that applies to basic sciences, not to...
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