GenomeWeb's 12th Annual Salary Survey | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – While people working in the omics and related fields report bringing home larger salaries this year than they did five years ago, they appear to be making slightly less now than they were last year, according to GenomeWeb's annual salary survey.

This year's median overall salary of $83,000 is down from what respondents to last year's survey said they made, a median $92,000.

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