NEW YORK (GenomeWeb Daily News) — The number of unemployed biological and life scientists in the US grew very slightly between 2003 and 2006 even as their peers in other scientific fields, including computer and mathematical sciences, experienced a decline, according to a government report released this month.
 
The increase in unemployment was so small that the author of the report classified the numbers as “flat” over the four-year study period.
 

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