Would you like a complimentary copy of our 2016 life sciences salary survey
Regulatory Professionals, part of the Clinical Professionals Group, are delighted to announce that Clinical Professionals’ 2016 Life Sciences Salary Survey is complete and available for delivery.
Nine months in the making, the survey was launched with the aim to analyse industry salaries, coms/benefits for core roles throughout the Life Sciences industry (pharma/biotech/CRO):
• Clinical Research
• Regulatory Affairs
• Drug Safety (pharmacovigilance)
• Medical Information
• Health Economics / Market Access
• Medical Affairs
• Only Medics / Pharmaceutical Physicians
• Medical communications and PR/Advertising
• Quality Assurance / Quality Control
Whilst the survey compares salary to title and experience, it also looks at benefits, location and the overall happiness a respondent has for their employer. Comparing the results to previously collected data the salary survey provides a comprehensive overview of the developments within the industry.
As Europe’s leading Life Sciences staffing company, The Clinical Professionals Group always provides candidates and clients alike with exceptional added value services.
The combination of the results with our own professional knowledge of the Life Science industry has created an informative and concise resource for those looking to progress their career, assess market movements, identify those sectors with satisfied staff and project where core skills shortages are occurring. Using our guide enables accurate assessment of your current pay and benefits, by determining if your salary is appropriate for your experience, location and position within your sector. This is a unique resource that will assist in budget planning for future staffing needs and developing an understanding of the industries ongoing challenges in the war for talent.
Yvette Cleland, Clinical Professionals CEO:
“This data informs us of the many staffing issues and shortages within the Life Sciences market which are now beginning to adversely affect many sectors of industry in terms of skilled professionals. The cost of clinical drug development continues to escalate as so many employers are trying to staff their business through a diminishing pool of candidates. A knowledge of these challenges may well ensure your approach to staffing in 2016 will have better outcomes if you are better informed of the markets challenges”