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Wow that was depressing!

I imagine tons of PhDs are in the same situation.

Ambivalent PhD

Thank you so much for sharing - I'm going into the second year of my PhD and starting to consider working on back up plans after seeing the experiences of early career researchers around me.

Anonymous UK PhD

Just for the record: I got a permanent job in the end. It took 7 years.

Helen De Cruz

What a relief! I am so glad it worked out!

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