Josh S. wrote:Dave,
I didn't mean to detract anything from your FAQ's, they were helpful but I just wanted to mention that I had looked them over so people wouldn't just refer me to them.
I guess what I was left wondering was how the work is broken down in industry research as opposed to academics: PI's -> post docs -> Ph.D. students -> MS students -> Undergrad. I've no Idea how industry is setup, or what degrees will land you what responsibilities and so on.
Also, FAQ's cannot possibly be tailored for every person, which is why I asked what kinds of things I could do with a masters in comparative endocrinology and the skills I've acquired thus far.
In a nutshell I was looking for more specific insights.
Actually, because of your comment we started discussing how to make better user of the FAQ's and how they should not be named the same thing as the "site FAQ" which talks about how to use the software. Thank you!
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