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  • Jobs forum structure changed.

    To better serve our industrial sponsors and to aid organization, I've split the Jobs fora into Academic and Industrial subsections.

    The titles should be self explanatory. They are intended to provide an unrestricted forum for academic/non-profit institutions to post relevant jobs, and a place to showcase the job postings of our sponsors.

    I have set the default thread age for 30 days for the Academic jobs forum to ensure you only see the freshest jobs, if you want to see further back, use the display options at the bottom of the page. Conversely, if you want to ensure your job posting stays visible, make sure to return and bump the thread at least every 30 days.

    Happy job hunting.

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