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After the Postdoc

Postdoc positions are supposed to be temporary jobs that give newly minted PhDs more experience to embark on their solo careers, but increasingly new investigators are going from postdoc to postdoc, getting ready for an academic job that may not materialize, NPR's Richard Harris reports.

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