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March 17, 2010

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Scoot

25 months is the correct number for first action pendency -- 36 months is the number for total pendency.

Scoot

" I guess since 70% leave in the first 5 years, who cares what your hours are, your on your way out when you walk in!"

Interesting ... that's only a little more than the attrition rate at America's universities...

please give me a job

Has anybody heard anything yet?

freddy

"The positions pay between $69,899 and $90,866 a year – no weekend of evening work expected"

typo...but what a load of crap.... its impossible, literally, to get hired in at 90k a year. 69 is what 90% of the people come in at. you better plan to work weekends also. I guess since 70% leave in the first 5 years, who cares what your hours are, your on your way out when you walk in!

Jenna Greene

You're right - I was looking at first action pendency, which is 25 months.

Chris

Check yo facts! I wish it only took 2 yrs for a patent to issue.

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