You have lots of questions about your salary and perks. How hard has the rickety economy hit the life sciences? Is it safe to expect a raise? Is your paycheck right for the region you live in? Are you the only grad student who gets paid in Ramen noodles? (To that last one: Yes.)

Fortunately for you, more than 1,700 of your peers pitched in to provide the data for our sixth annual salary survey, which ought to help you figure out how you stack up compared to people with similar job titles and in similar locations.

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