how much money are you likely to earn from a job in biology?

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Subject says it all.
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A few shillings. A crown if you're lucky.
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Subject says it all.
Bob Swanson, founder of Genentech is a multi-billionaire.
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Not loads and loads, but arespectable amount if your an actually biologist ive read sumwhere in between £14,000 - £28,000
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Have a look at the jobs in the New Scientist. They're around £14,000-£30,000, although there are some higher paid ones.
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Have a look at the jobs in the New Scientist. They're around £14,000-£30,000, although there are some higher paid ones.
Yeah - it is rather shocking. Lots require PhDs as well!

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Yeah - it is rather shocking. Lots require PhDs as well!

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Yeah but most PhDs in Biosciences are likely to come with shedloads of funding/sponsorship...my friend has just started an engineering PhD on £8k tax free a year...that's well over £15k after tax and he gets a qualification at the end of it.
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