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AC Missias acm at pharmdec.wustl.edu
Tue Aug 9 10:52:43 EST 1994

In article <1994Aug8.200216.5035 at alw.nih.gov>
rachelle at picard.niehs.nih.gov (Rachelle J. Bienstock) writes:

> not the number of hours a week you spend it the lab., but the quality
> of your work...so what if your work moves at a slower pace- it is not
> a race as long as what you do is fulfilling to you, don't look at what
> others are doing!

I agree with most of what you said, but it is a *bit* naive to say that
as long as your work is fulfilling you, don't worry -- this is a luxury
that belongs to the tenured.  Short of that, you always have to
prove/justify your productivity to your boss/chairman/granting agency,
unless you are independently wealthy.  If your work moves at *too* slow
a pace, you'll stop getting funded, and your perspective will change

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