The 8th Annual Salary Survey

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The innate drive to ascend the career ladder usually goes hand-in-hand with the desire to evaluate how your current status — and prospects for the future — stack up against those of your peers. In an effort to help our loyal readers find out exactly where they stand, Genome Technology conducted its eighth annual salary survey this spring — we're pleased to report that 1,640 readers responded to a slew of queries about compensation, expectations for their present employment situations, benefits packages, and much more.

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