Job opportunities in Europe

For those of you who have dreamed of doing science in Europe but don't know how to find the jobs, MIT is hosting a linkurl:European Career Fair;https://www.euro-career.com/ from February 2nd to the 4th, to introduce job-hunting researchers to European employers from academia and industry. The fair is free to candidates and open to the public. No registration is required, but posting a resume online gives employers a chance to find promising candidates ahead of time. Sven Loebrich, the co-cha

Edyta Zielinska
Nov 18, 2007
For those of you who have dreamed of doing science in Europe but don't know how to find the jobs, MIT is hosting a linkurl:European Career Fair;https://www.euro-career.com/ from February 2nd to the 4th, to introduce job-hunting researchers to European employers from academia and industry. The fair is free to candidates and open to the public. No registration is required, but posting a resume online gives employers a chance to find promising candidates ahead of time. Sven Loebrich, the co-chair of the European Career Fair and a postdoc at MIT, says he expects to see jobs ranging from post-doc positions to associate professorships as well as industry research jobs. In the past, the European Career Fair has focused on engineering and technology by virtue of its association with MIT. But this year, the student-run organization is reaching out to life science institutions and expects good representation from research institutes and pharmaceutical...

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