Life Sciences Report – Health economics

Life Sciences Report – Health economics

– In terms of activity so far this year, should it continue, we expect volumes to increase, with the forecast being for vacancy growth of 21.5% compared to 2018.
– Within the EU 27 specifically, we see that within the top 10 countries, the biggest increase in activity was seen in Italy, up by 100% since 2018, thereby overtaking Belgium and France.
– However the biggest year on year increase amongst the top ten countries has been in the Netherlands, where since 2018 recruiting activity has exploded by 200%.

Life Sciences – BI/Big Data Report

Life Sciences – BI/Big Data Report

– Business Analysts remain the most heavily recruited role, however, year on year activity grew only by 8.9%.
– The UK holds the majority of vacancies with 27% of the total.
– Roche remain the biggest recruiter with year on year activity up by 23.3%.

Life Sciences – Golden Triangle Report

Life Sciences – Golden Triangle Report

– Scientific vacancies have grown by 17% year on year within Life Sciences with growth within the Clinical Research Organisations alone up 44.7%.
– The largest area of vacancies in Cambridge was in R&D, accounting for 33% of vacancies
– Within Oxford, Clinical roles have actually increased by 46.9%, making it the fastest growing year on year.

Life Sciences – Clinical Report

Life Sciences – Clinical Report

The area within Clinical with the largest growth within the Pharmaceuticals companies was for Clinical Operations, with activity up 53%, followed up Clinical Data Management, up 48%.

Life Sciences – 2018 In Review Report

Life Sciences – 2018 In Review Report

Clinical Professionals and Vacancysoft January 2019 Considering a broader global view of the life sciences industry, 2018 was another strong-performing year for M&A activity, where with the UK specifically, key highlights include: The total number of UK life...
Life Sciences Report 2018 – Quality Assurance

Life Sciences Report 2018 – Quality Assurance

Key trends emerging include:

August
2018 was a peak month for vacancies across the
EU27, with volumes reaching the highest point since February.
Vacancies for Quality Control remain the biggest area of hiring within QA roles, with volumes up 30% on last year.
Overall, 20% of all posted vacancies are located in Germany, which means it remains the largest market in European pharmaceuticals with activity up 7% year on year.