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New Biotechnology Employment Opportunities in Canada

Follow the Canadian Biotechnologist2.0 Blog this week for career information in our Canadian Biotechnology sector.

Tooling Up: The Big Disconnect David G. Jensen in Science Careers discusses the process of finding a science career from the perspective o both the candidates’ and employers’ perspectives. It is a useful perspective to know what you’re up against.


September 23, 2012 at 9:03 am Leave a comment

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

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.

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

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

New Biotechnology Employment Opportunities in Canada aggregates jobs are available in Canada today from Craigslist, the journal Nature, and other sources. Updated nightly it is a good reference website for a thorough job hunt


September 23, 2012 at 8:54 am Leave a comment

New Biotechnology Employment Opportunities in Canada

We are spending this Family Day in Ontario to poke about the internet for useful ideas on “New Biotechnology Employment Opportunities in Canada”, a story close to all out hearts.

Here is one: Successful Starts: Five Tips for Kicking Off Your New Job:
1. Build relationships at every level.
2. Ask questions, ask questions, ask questions.
3. Have an opinion, and know when to share it.
4. Pay attention to the big picture — and the small one.
5. Maintain a positive attitude and don’t forget to smile.

For more Clink:

February 20, 2012 at 1:03 pm Leave a comment

New Biotechnology Employment Opportunities in Canada

The 2012 ComputerWorld Canada Salary Survey finds compensation for the biotechnology/pharmaceuticals sector is above IT! Imangine that.

Outstanding fields
Looking for a salary considerably above the $81,600 average for an IT professional in Canada? Agriculture/construction ($126,700), biotechnology/pharmaceuticals ($98,200) and energy/utilities ($95,300) stand out as particularly high-paying verticals. Agriculture displaced defence/aerospace for a spot in the top three this year


February 20, 2012 at 12:47 pm Leave a comment

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