10th Annual Salary Survey

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Though there have been some small setbacks, the world is — generally — cautiously optimistic about the slow and steady recovery of the global economy. Though it continues to do better, the pace of that improvement is not as fast as many had hoped it might be. While several respondents to Genome Technology's 2011 salary survey indicated their situations were improving, the pace of improvement in the life sciences sector this year seems to mimic that of the global economy — things are getting better, but they are taking time.

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