NEON jobs plentiful but problematic

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Science  25 Sep 2015:
Vol. 349, Issue 6255, pp. 1441
DOI: 10.1126/science.349.6255.1441

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Getting a job in ecology can be tough, but NEON arguably has been hiring more ecologists than anyplace else: Earlier this year its workforce topped some 400 permanent and 100 summer employees. But NEON's disarray has led to high turnover and taken a toll on promising careers. The turnover has also robbed NEON of talent that could help it overcome future challenges.