Biopharma employee looking for a new job? You're not alone. In fact, you're not even in the minority, a new report says.
Where have all the Big Pharma jobs gone? To emerging markets, for one. For another? The world's biggest drugmakers have shuffled their decks, with some shedding jobs and others gaining. Any guesses which? We'll get to that.
With all of the pharma layoffs, lots of folks are looking for a job in the industry. So where are the best places to work?
With all of the pharma layoffs, lots of folks are looking for a job in the industry. So where are the best places to work? Johnson & Johnson and Novartis if you want to work for a large company. Biogen Idec, Gilead or perhaps Novo Nordisk if you prefer more of a midsize drugmaker.
According to a report from corporate recruiters ZRG Partners, the biggest increase in pharma hiring for the first quarter came in the Austerity-R-Us region, Europe.
GSK said it will build a new facility in Ulverston, Cumbria, to boost production of ingredients for its meds and vaccines.
Swiss workers haven't taken Novartis' ($NVS) job-cutting plans lying down. First, union members and political activists joined protests in Basel--including one at Chairman Daniel Vasella's (photo)
For Roche, 4,800 job cuts is enough. That's what Chairman Franz Humer told a Swiss newspaper over the weekend. Humer said the Basel-based company's current cost-squeezing program will suffice,
Hard on the heels of its merger with Cephalon, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries ($TEVA) is sharpening its jobs axe. Israeli news sources report anywhere from 1,000 to 1,500 cuts, with most of the
In yet another pharma-layoffs development, hundreds of U.S. Sanofi employees will lose their jobs over the next several months as the company absorbs Genzyme ($GENZ) and prepares for loss of