A woman’s career in science: The best of the best

The best job for a woman in science, as judged by experts, is a scientist, according to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Department of Education.

But the best jobs are the ones that pay the least and don’t require degrees.

We talked to the experts, and found that the best way to find a career in academia is to study for a Ph.

D. or M.D., then get a job in academia.

The good news is that the job market is improving.

The job market has a lot of good candidates and, as of 2018, the median salary for Ph.

Ds was $81,000, according the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The median for M.

Ds is $74,000.

That’s an improvement over 2014, when the median for PhDs was about $80,000 and for MDs was close to $70,000 as of 2017.

The best jobs also pay a lot, according with the National Center for Education Statistics.

In 2016, the average salary for an associate professor in a STEM program was $73,000 a year.

The average for a professor in the Department, of course, is more important.

The National Center of Education Statistics has compiled the median annual salaries for the most common STEM fields in each state.

As of 2018-2019, the state with the highest median salary was California ($82,400).

For the least common fields, the most recent data shows the median is $61,000 in Massachusetts ($50,400) and $59,500 in New York ($54,600).

The state with lowest median salary is Texas ($57,800).

State Median Salary Alabama $73 $60 Arkansas $73.00 $53 California $68 $50 Colorado $75 $52 Connecticut $68.00 52 Delaware $75.00 56 District of Columbia $76 $52 Florida $73-75 $63 Georgia $74 $55 Hawaii $70 $52 Idaho $75-$76 $63 Illinois $73-$74 $61 Indiana $73 72 Iowa $74-$75 $60 Kansas $76-$77 $61 Kentucky $76.00 73 Louisiana $77 $55 Maine $74.00 67 Maryland $77.00 76 Massachusetts $76,000-77,000 $68 Michigan $75-80 $61 Minnesota $78-$80 $60 Mississippi $80-$83 $57 Missouri $76-80 72 Montana $79-$81 $62 Nebraska $78 $80 Nevada $76+ $58 New Hampshire $78.00 75 New Jersey $79 $75 New Mexico $78-79 $61 New York $77-$78 $62 North Carolina $79.00 77 North Dakota $79,000 75 Ohio $79$80 76 Oklahoma $80 $79 Connecticut $79-80 74 Oregon $80-81 $60 Pennsylvania $80.00 70 Rhode Island $80 72 South Carolina $80 73 South Dakota $80 74 Tennessee $80 75 Texas $80 76 Utah $79+ $62 Vermont $80 68 Virginia $80 79 Washington $80 77 West Virginia $81-82 $64 Wisconsin $80+ $61 Wyoming $80 70