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Anonymous shared this review of United States Geological Survey on Feb 4th, 2019
"At the USGS women, especially early career scientists are treated as if they have no value. It is rare to move from a junior, or non-permanent role into a permanent one therefore there is no stability. Discrimination based on gender is pervasive in the hiring process, with (male) PI's openly bragging about their opinions due to a culture that coddles them. Women are rarely promoted, while men who barely complete tasks in their job description regularly rise to leadership positions. Sexual harassment is also common place, and rarely taken seriously. "
Anonymous shared this review of United States Geological Survey on Feb 1st, 2018
"If you are a scientist then you are able for flex time admin you are not "
Anonymous shared this review of United States Geological Survey on Jul 18th, 2017
"There's intrinsic bias and limiting beliefs about women in science that are occasionally just hard to get around; but the USGS is a place where avoiding that is often and almost usually possible; I'm certain that it depends on coworkers and direct managers, though."