Job Market Report 2014
Whether you decide to follow an academic career path or join a private company or think tank, it is always of great interest to learn about your future prospects. That is why INOMICS is gathering information about potential employment environments – including salaries! Moreover, we will be sharing what we find with the global community!
Following the tradition of the last years, we’ve launched the Job Market Survey 2014. Help us collect valuable insight, regardless of what position you have and what institution you belong to. Please follow this link to fill in the survey, it will only take up to 3-4 minutes of your time.
The results will be available for free download later this year.
Here you can access the worldwide and eight regional reports from last year.
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