CAREERS: 'A Large Surplus of Expendable Trainees' | GenomeWeb

A couple of weeks ago, Mike the Mad Biologist got people talking with his post about needing better opportunities for scientists to avoid the problem of having "an over-qualified, underpaid workforce." (Our Careers blog covered it here.) Razib at Gene Expression recently brought the issue back to the forefront, and

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