Life Sciences Report – Health economics

Life Sciences Report – Health economics

– In terms of activity so far this year, should it continue, we expect volumes to increase, with the forecast being for vacancy growth of 21.5% compared to 2018.
– Within the EU 27 specifically, we see that within the top 10 countries, the biggest increase in activity was seen in Italy, up by 100% since 2018, thereby overtaking Belgium and France.
– However the biggest year on year increase amongst the top ten countries has been in the Netherlands, where since 2018 recruiting activity has exploded by 200%.

Life Sciences – BI/Big Data Report

Life Sciences – BI/Big Data Report

– Business Analysts remain the most heavily recruited role, however, year on year activity grew only by 8.9%.
– The UK holds the majority of vacancies with 27% of the total.
– Roche remain the biggest recruiter with year on year activity up by 23.3%.

Life Sciences – Golden Triangle Report

Life Sciences – Golden Triangle Report

– 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.

Life Sciences – Clinical Report

Life Sciences – Clinical Report

The area within Clinical with the largest growth within the Pharmaceuticals companies was for Clinical Operations, with activity up 53%, followed up Clinical Data Management, up 48%.

Life Sciences – 2018 In Review Report

Life Sciences – 2018 In Review Report

Clinical Professionals and Vacancysoft January 2019 Considering a broader global view of the life sciences industry, 2018 was another strong-performing year for M&A activity, where with the UK specifically, key highlights include: The total number of UK life...