IT WOULD seem that, at the moment, those who want to work in practice will find a post after graduation. However, in some cases this can take months and incur financial hardship — a situation that could get worse as the number of graduates increases. This is an issue that is close to Beth Walding's heart. It prompted her to find out how her contemporaries who have pursued alternative careers, mostly in research, are faring. As she discovered, there is plenty to recommend a more scientifically based path.
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