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All the alt-ac jobs – ASBMB Today

by Arifa Rana

This week I gave myself the task of collecting every job I could think of that a person with biology, molecular biology or biochemistry training could do in “alt-ac” — that is, outside of academia and outside of the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. 
The jobs can be loosely sorted into lab-related jobs and jobs that are outside the lab. 
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