How do I acquire a research position after graduation?

aldol16

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You have a strong research background and apply to research positions. It's not hard to find them - it's harder to get them. Look on job listing boards for students/alumni at your school. Take a look at several hospitals' job listing boards too. Usually they'll post jobs there for clinical research positions. Those are easier to come by than basic science research positions.
 
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