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Lab-Hopping

At some point, many graduate students consider changing labs, whether out of frustration or failure or some other issue, says Benchfly's Alan Marnett. Though many students wonder if they are the only ones taking this "nuclear option," and may be struggling with the potential consequences, Marnett says it's important to remember that changing labs isn't that uncommon.

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