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Tuesday, 30th November 2004

Science Magazine's Top Employers Survey

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Employers--Science--Surveys
Source: Science Magazine
Science Magazine's Top Employers Survey
"The latest survey sponsored by Science's Office of Publishing and Member Services finds evidence of recovery in the biopharmaceutical sector. But top companies, in the view of the survey's respondents, remain largely unchanged."
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Economic Development
Source: ELDIS
Compilation: State of the World Reports 2004
From the site, "Want to know what's going on in the world? The big development institutions are very happy to tell you. Here's our selection from this year's crop of the big macro-economic 'State of the World' surveys and analysis."
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Families--United States--Statistics
Source: U.S. Census
New Report, "Stay-at-Home" Parents Top 5 Million, Census Bureau Reports
Summary Full Text Report ( America?s Families and Living Arrangements: 2003)

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