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Does "Post-doc problem" exists in the U.S.?
I am a Japanese who received master's degree in Japan.
I want to know whether situation like "Post-doc problem" is common in outside of Japan or not.
"Post-doc problem" refers that many Ph.D holder can't get full-time researching or educational jobs, and are doing temporary jobs or working as part-time worker.They are sometimes called as "highly educated working poor".
This is the current situation in Japan's academia, from one perspective.
Are there similar tendencies in the U.S. or other countries?
Or, the problem only exists in Japan?
I searched the web and found some sites of U.S. that guide Ph.D holder to take good careers outside of academia.
As long as I saw it, the U.S. seemed to have "Post-doc problem" to some extent.
If you know any, would you recommend some references?
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