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The results are in from Bioinformatics Zen's career survey. Blogger Mike Barton asked bioinformaticists about their work and why they like or dislike their job. The data is stored at Github under a Creative Commons Attribution, Share-a-like, Non-commercial license. People can do their own analyses and add them to the wiki at OpenWetWare. A few preliminary charts show that bioinformaticists, on the whole, appear to be happy. Bioinformaticians appear to like the area of bioinformatics they work in but dislike their pay.

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