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    Too Few University Jobs For America’s Young Scientists

    Date: September 24, 2014

    Featured in National Public Radio’s Science Squeeze Series, this article delves into the world of postdocs – a “temporary” position by definition, but one that has developed into a long-term solution for those unable to find jobs or establish stable careers in their field of science. “Academic institutions graduate an overabundance of biomedical Ph.D.s – and this imbalance is only getting worse, as research funding from the National Institutes of Health continues to wither.” Read the full article on the NPR website.

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