The Worst Jobs in Science

Popular Science magazine has published its fifth annual compilation of what its writers deem to be the low spots in the science job market. Editor-in-chief Mark Jannot discusses the list, which includes divers who swim in toxic waste and researchers who make their living studying garbage.

Mark Jannot, editor in chief, Popular Science

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