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Applied HR Strategies, a leader in pay data for technology-oriented organizations, will soon launch the Northwest Biotechnology & Health Technology Salary Survey. This new survey is the only northwest-based survey of pay and pay practices in the biotechnology, medical device and biomedical sectors. National surveys, while comprehensive, have very limited NW regional coverage and are expensive for particpants. The NW Biotech & Health Technology Salary Survey is a fraction of the cost of the national biotech surveys, and will be 100% northwest.

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