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The Economic Research Service (ERS) studies the dollars and cents of agriculture. A division of the Department of Agriculture, the ERS researches the public and private decisions behind economic and policy issues regarding food, farming, natural resources, and rural development ... Read more

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    "Good opportunity to get research experience"

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    ERS has a very collegial research environment, with excellent opportunity to conduct independent research and publish. The hours are flexible, and there are plentiful support staff to help with administrative issues.

    Cons

    The office location is not great, though there are some food trucks and delis nearby, it does not compare to the former location in downtown. Many PhD researchers are in cubicles or window-less offices, which is hardly ideal.

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