Ireland — Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, November 2021

How are scientific vacancies in Irish life sciences faring in 2021? Hiring for which function is showing a surprise surge in demand, and where across non-scientific disciplines are new jobs rising? For these and other insights in the life sciences sector, download our report.
Cpl Life Sciences & Vacancysoft

Written in partnership with Cpl Life Sciences, this report analyses professional recruitment within Ireland’s life sciences sector. It provides a breakdown of hiring across different industries; presents vacancy volumes over the last year for both scientific and non-scientific functions; and compares the hiring activity of top firms. Key findings include:

  • Professional scientific vacancies at biotech firms in Ireland are surging
  • New jobs in R&D are growing the fastest among scientific functions
  • Out of non-scientific roles, vacancies are up the most for sales professionals
  • Abbott and Stryker experiencing largest vacancy growth in top 10 list of companies

To discover more insights and trends for the life sciences market, download the report now.

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