Vacancies for regulatory affairs professionals across UK life sciences fell in the first months of 2022, following a year when pharmaceutical firms published the most new regulatory jobs since records began, new research shows.
Life sciences firms in England and Wales are hiring R&D and laboratory scientists in record numbers as the government continues to champion the UK as a global life sciences hub, new research shows.
New jobs in UK life sciences hit all-time highs in 2021 with AstraZeneca the dominant recruiter, an annual labour market review by Cpl Life Sciences and Vacancysoft found. Download the report now.
Ireland’s life sciences industry is enjoying a record year of recruitment as it recovers from the effects of the pandemic and strengthens its reputation as a global pharmaceutical hub, according to new research.
Hiring for regulatory affairs specialists reaches record levels in the first months of 2021, according to new data from Cpl Life Sciences and Vacancysoft.
UK biotech leader Cambridge is on course to double its professional biotech hiring in 2021 according to Vacancysoft and Cpl Life Sciences research.