In article <email@example.com>, gellerj at UNCWIL.EDU says...
>>Postdoctoral Position in Molecular Ecology
>>Microsatellite Variation in Vermillion Snapper in the South Atlantic Bight
>>A two year postdoctoral position is available at the University of North
>Carolina at Wilmington, beginning immediately. The successful candidate
>will isolate microsatellite loci from the Vermillion snapper (Rhomboplites
>aurorubens), a commercially important fish on the southeastern coast of the
>U.S., and quantify allelic variation in these loci in populations from the
>Gulf of Mexico to North Carolina. The successful candidate will also have
>the opportunity to develop an independent project according to his/her
>individual interests and abilities.
>>Requirements: Ph.D. or equivalent in population genetics, fisheries
>ecology, molecular systematics, or related disciplines. Proficiency with
>population genetic theory and/or with molecular biological techniques,
>including cloning, library screening, PCR, and DNA sequencing is desired.
>>Salary: $24,000/year, with fringe benefits.
Is this the normal market rate for a Ph.D. in population genetics?