How are scientific clinical vacancies faring in Europe’s life sciences industry? What are the leading sectors and roles? Which countries have the highest activity, and which firms are the busiest? Download our new report to find out.

Written in partnership with Cpl Life Sciences, this report reviews recruitment trends for scientific clinical jobs in Europe’s life sciences industry. It observes the annual totals trends, examines in which sectors and roles recruitment is rising, breaks down the performance by country, and presents the hiring activity of the top firms.

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Year in Review: UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, January 2024

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Perhaps inevitably, the post-pandemic period has resulted in a hangover for the sector, as the combination of quantitative tightening leading to a slowdown in funding for emerging biotechnology firms, combined with the delays associated with getting new trials approved over the period, has meant that in recruitment terms, 2023 really was a slow year. Indeed, vacancies in 2023 were 42.6% lower than in 2022.

Year in Review: UK Insurance Labour Market Trends, January 2024

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