Looking for fewer workers in bio-tech

According to data from the AllJobs Web site, the number of wanted ads for pharmaceutical company workers was down to 532 from 631 during the same period last year.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 23, 2008 10:40

 
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According to data from the AllJobs Web site, the number of wanted ads for pharmaceutical company workers was down to 532 from 631 during the same period last year. The data was culled from over 1,800 Web sites and newspaper sources. Other details show that management positions advertised in the industry dropped from 106 to just 42 this year, and that R&D positions dropped from 155 to 123.

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