Hello Salaries, Goodbye FGT, Welcome Standards | GenomeWeb

One year ago in Genome Technology, the magazine featured its third annual salary survey, for which we boiled down salary data offered by 1,447 respondents. Compared with the results from two years back, which were based on the answers provided by 1,180 of you, last year’s forecast indicated that the field’s economic roller coaster had finally hit a brake run. As we reported at the time, salaries were holding, pay cuts weren’t as widespread as before, and layoff rates were comparable to those in the previous year.

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