Life Science Report – What do we expect the impact of the EMA leaving the UK to be?

Clinical Professionals and Vacancysoft

April 2018

  • Overall, scientific vacancies in the pharmaceutical industry across the EU (including the UK) rose 21.8% from 2016 to 2017, showing encouraging signs for the industry.
  • However while vacancies for scientific roles in the EU overall have risen year on year since 2016, intriguingly they have dropped proportionately in the UK, dropping to 31.2% in 2017, and to 29.3% in 2018 so far.
  • In comparison to the UK, the Netherlands has shown a steady increase in scientific vacancies between 2016 and for 2017, rising by 33% making it one of the fastest growing regions.

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