In discussing two studies on STEM career-related issues, Science Careers' Jim Austin says it's likely that many young investigators leave the STEM fields for lack of opportunities there. "Career-changers are often advised to avoid negativity. Admitting that you can't find a job is a bad idea for job seekers; few would answer that way even on a confidential survey," Austin says, referring to the sources of data for both studies.

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