In article <3oukg2$n8f at newsbf02.news.aol.com>, larkclaass at aol.com
> I am 4 years past my Ph.D. in biochemistry/molecular biology with two kids
> and a husband who wants to begin his career, which requires being
> geographically limited in either the D.C. or Boston area. I truly loved
> research, but am feeling my bench-work motor running down at exactly the
> time when things are getting most competitive.
>> It seems to me that my dream job would be teaching at a small college that
> serves undergrads exclusively. I would like to hear from any women that
> have such a job. Here are my questions.
>> 1) Should I even bother applying for jobs at such institutions without a
> "job-talk"? (My post-doc project bombed)
>> 2) What is the pay scale?
>> 3) Is it the promised land?
I too would be interested in the answers to these questions - please post,
rather than email.
Hannah Dvorak |
DvorakH at starbase1.caltech.edu |
Division of Biology 156-29 | Ceci n'est pas un .sig.
California Institute of Technology |
Pasadena, CA 91125 |