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October 24, 2011
The Layoff Project
I wanted to take a moment to highlight this series of posts over at Chemjobber. He's interviewing fellow chemists who have been laid off and asking for practical advice on how it went, how it's going, and what to do. Others are welcome to send along their own stories; see his e-mail contact at the site. It's a painful subject, but boy, is it a real one these days.
Update: there was a case of identity spoofing in the comments to this post, with someone claiming to be a Merck employee. I've removed the original comments, and (after some thought), I've also removed the (faked) name from the replies that they gathered. Those comments were posted in good faith, but I'm trying to get the stolen identity cleaned out.
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