February 22, 2013

The Ph.D. Bust, Pt. II: How Bad Is the Job Market For Young American-Born Scientists?

Why do immigrant Ph.D.’s have such a tough time on the market? Are there not enough visas set aside to accommodate them? Is there not enough demand? Or are they simply less desirable to employers than their American counterparts?  

Read more. [Source: National Science Foundation]

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