Physicists are increasingly faced with the "two-body" problem, i.e. the difficulty of finding two scientific jobs in the same geographic location. In early 1998, Laurie McNeil and Marc Sher conducted a Web-based survey on this problem. They asked about the experiences of physicist (and other scientist) couples in finding employment for both partners in the same location, and about solutions that had proved successful. This Website is one of the products of this survey. It contains the full 60-page report on the survey, as well as a large number of links which will be relevant for dual-career-couples. In addition, readers are encourage to send in specific suggestions, which will be added to this site. Note: there was an article on this subject in the July 1999 issue of Physics Today.

Report on the Dual-Career Couple Survey