Life Sciences Report November 2019 – Regulatory

Clinical Professionals and Vacancysoft

November 2019

Since 2018 demand for Regulatory Scientists has been higher across the EU than in the UK, with vacancies up 9.8% and 8.3%, respectively. By country, the UK and Germany lead, making up nearly half of all the regulatory vacancies between them. The expectation however is with the move of the EMA, the Netherlands should start to see ever greater hiring here, as businesses look to locate their regulatory staff closer to the central authority. Interestingly, the greatest year on year increase has actually been in France, where volumes have surged by 89.5% year on year. Belguim remains a key point of hiring, unsurprising given that Brussels sitting within Belgium.

To find out more about trends in Regulatory, download the report now!

Yes, I want this report!


    Yes, I would like to receive more information about your products, offers, and events. I understand I can unsubscribe at any time.*

    When you provide the information above, we will use it to process your request as described in our Privacy Policy .

    Related Posts

    Midlands — UK Regional Labour Market Trends, June ... As the largest regional economy in the UK, what recruitment trends have we seen in the Midlands so far in 2022? Which sectors saw the most growth, and...
    Engineering vacancies set to reach record high due... Need for innovation in life sciences means engineering vacancies in Europe are likely to hit record levels in 2022 Pharmaceuticals have the lion’s sh...