Are there really thousands of Canadian biotech jobs to be found?

September 23, 2012 at 8:58 am Leave a comment

An Ottawa-based national organization is trying to attract laid-off manufacturing workers to the biotech industry.

BioTalent Canada has launched an online tool encouraging workers in Ontario cities such as Brockville, Cornwall and Kitchener-Waterloo to help fill a nationwide skills shortage in biotechnology

Read Biotech recruiter targets unemployed workers on the CBCnews website.

Can you write in 75 words the current state of employment in the Canadian Biotechnology sector.

Let’s build our collective voice!

We all have skin in the game when it comes to building employment opportunities in biotechnology.

The media are watching this blog – lets get our unique point of view heard.

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If there’s a nation-wide biotech skills shortage, why is it so hard for PhDs to find a job?

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