Prospects In Industry For the scientist who left graduate school holding a master's degree, career prospects in industry look good, according to those involved in corporate hiring. A primary reason for this, they note, is that industry openings at the master's level aren't suffering from a mismatch of supply and demand. Ph.D.'s, on the other hand, are graduating faster than university faculty positions are opening up, and the business world is not picking up the doctoral-level researchers left behind.
|'LOTS OF JOBS': Placement officer Catherine Connor says that in many cases, opportunities are better for master's scientists than for Ph.D.'s|
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