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Liam at Bitesize Bio says that bioscientists are particularly vulnerable to suffering a quarter-life crisis, the disillusionment that comes along with transitioning into the real-world. Since scientists spend so much time in academia, coming to grips with the working world, he says, can be particularly hard. "When reality bites, it bites very hard indeed," writes Liam.

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