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Before accepting a job offer, Joanne Kamens, the executive director of Addgene and a career development expert, says there are a number of questions that scientists should ask themselves, the NatureJobs blog's Catherine de Lange reports. "Asking the right questions before making that decision means you can base your choices on rational thinking rather than gut feelings," de Lange adds.

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