Life Sciences – Golden Triangle Report

Clinical Professionals and Vacancysoft

April 2019

As the UK approaches the Brexit end game, there are fears regarding the UK pharmaceuticals industry and with that specifically, the Golden triangle. WIth this in mind, it is worth remembering that the “golden triangle” accounts for 75% of all the jobs in the UK where when analysed further, we see the following:

  • 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.

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