Life Sciences Report – Medical Affairs

Clinical Professionals and Vacancysoft

July 2018
  • The UK has seen steady growth in medical affairs positions since 2016, with the average for vacancies in 2018 so far rising 14.2% from 2017, and figures rising 13.2% in 2017.
  • It is worth noting that when looking across continental Europe, growth has outpaced that of the UK, with vacancies up 27% in Benelux and 41% in Germany for example.
  • Whilst the UK has had the most medical vacancies for Q1 2018 to what extent will the UK’s pharmaceutical industry manage to continue this trend if there is a hard Brexit?

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