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doctorate

the highest academic degree in any field of knowledge
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Cory Funk is a bioscientist with a doctoral degree from the University of Illinois, where he studied the role of estrogens as a master regulator of gene expression in breast cancer.
The information from these presentations, along with a listing of all doctoral degree programs, contacts and NSP II financial support for nurse educators is available on the NSP website at www.nursesupport.org.
In a few cases, however, the labor force exit rate is lowest for workers with a master's degree and increases for workers with a doctoral degree. (See figure 3.2.) These cases may reflect malemployment, a situation in which a worker's occupation is not commensurate with his or her educational attainment.
'NITDA, with the mandate of developing and regulating IT in Nigeria, has for the 2018/2019 scholarship year, awarded 49 scholarships for Masters and Doctoral Degrees in relevant areas of ICT/ICT Law through a competitive merit-based process.
Using the categories of definite value, some value, little value, or no value, nearly half (49% of the 52 respondents to this question) indicated they saw definite value in earning a doctoral degree on a personal level (see Figure 3).
The Brazilian-Japanese's social media accounts state that he received a doctoral degree in Humanities major in Social Work.
This is significant because most vacant positions within schools of nursing require or prefer faculty with a doctoral degree (AACN, 2016) and the limited pool of doctorally prepared faculty was identified by 68.2% of programs as an issue in faculty recruitment (Oermann, Lynn, & Agger, 2016).
She is now the biologist, seaweed Action Officer, and chief of the aquaculture section of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and fully funded by the government for her doctoral degree, with a promotion likely to director of the Bureau.
She earned her doctoral degree in agricultural economics from Iowa State University.
Unsurprisingly, the more education a worker has the likelier she is to have a job and the higher her earnings are, although a professional degree--physician, lawyer --means both a lower unemployment rate and higher earnings than a doctoral degree.

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