Are you a bioinformaticist? Well, go to Bioinformatics Zen and take the career survey, which was posted yesterday and runs through August 1. The online survey is a way to get current researchers' opinions of working in the field of bioinformatics, and it's a way to compile "lots of interesting statistics and graphs into a handy document discussing the highs and lows of career in bioinformatics," says the post.

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