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Salaries, stats, and schools for your genomics career

By Adrienne Burke

For job prospects, the genomics industry is booming. Top execs are well paid, headhunters are hopping, and new genomics and bioinformatics training programs are proliferating like fruit flies. To get a taste of what the job market is like out there, GT polled six recruitment consultants who specialize in placing life sciences professionals.

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