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How to Find the Best Life Science Jobs

We all want to find the perfect job, one that challenges us but understands the need for work life balance. If you are looking for a new role in Life Science, then follow the following steps to make sure you are on to a winner!

One – Contact a Dedicated Life Science Recruitment Agency
It’s easy to just go with the first agency you find on Google but if you look for a dedicated Life Science recruiter you can be sure that they will understand your needs and have vacancies to fill in your preferred area.

Two – Write Down Everything You Want
You can run the risk of get pushed into accepting any type of role but if you go to your recruitment agent with a list of what you really want then you are more likely to end up in a job you really want.

Three – Decide on What Can be Negotiated
When you have made your list of wants you will need to consider which ones you are willing to negotiate on. This will give you a head start when you meet with your recruitment agent and means you will be in the driving seat.

Four – Stick to What You Want
Don’t sign up to an agency that makes you feel bullied into a job you don’t want. Recruitment agencies should want to work as hard for you as they do for the employers they represent. Agencies that don’t respect you needs won’t help you find a role that you will be valued in.

Five – Shop Around
Don’t just sign up to the first agency you find, shop around and speak to a few before you make your choice. Remember that they will be helping you to decide on your future!

Six – Contact Us!
It’s a no brainer – contact us! We are a Life Science specialist agency and are here to help you find the perfect job for you.

Call us today to find out what we can do for you! Find out about our current opportunities here. 

By: Rebecca Lauder-Fletcher

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