Called my first bullshit today: ex "neuroscientist" "chimes in" to set it straight.

You don’t need a degree, let alone a doctorate degree to get research published in a scientific journal. Undergraduates in universities across the US have been authors on probably thousands of pieces of scientific literature. Also, it is quite common for holders of undergraduate science degrees to go into the sales field, especially in areas such as biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Even PhD holders will sometimes end up in sales. Research isn’t for everyone, and the job market isn’t too lucrative for science majors unless you go to graduate school. I think the poster here was telling the truth. But even if he isn’t OP, your logic for calling out bullshit in this instance is bullshit.

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