What would be the best Brexit for Jobs?

What would be the best Brexit for Jobs?

As we approach the Brexit end game, increasingly minds are focusing on what the optimal outcome is. For the recruitment industry, a Brexit that enables job creation and investment is critical for the continued buoyancy of the sector, therefore assuming the UK does...
Life Science Report – What do we expect the impact of the EMA leaving the UK to be?

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

Key take-aways:
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.

When could a move abroad make sense?

When could a move abroad make sense?

With the UK experiencing a record cold snap, the idea of moving country to escape from the weather certainly has an appeal, that being the case, what are the implications for working abroad for a period? Working in a different country and culture requires you to adapt...
Life Sciences Report – Implications of Brexit

Life Sciences Report – Implications of Brexit

Clinical Professionals and Vacancysoft Summer 2016 In this report we examine the implications of Brexit for pharmaceutical recruitment. Our key findings are: Concerns over Brexit have yet to translate into a fall in vacancy volumes in biotech However once the pending...