In recent years our country has started to be seen as a benchmark in the South of Europe due to the promotion of biomedical research through the creation of science and technology parks. These parks, along with the large number of biomedical companies that are mainly oriented towards human health, offer an unbeatable scenario for professionals who want to work in basic research or who would like to transfer their knowledge to business practices.
According to a report carried out in 2015 by the Catalan University Quality Assurance Agency (AQU Catalunya), the biomedical sector is experiencing significant growth and brings together jobs that are in high demand and this, according to Barcelona City Council is particularly the case in the area of pharmaceutical marketing, clinical development and genetic analysis. Current data obtained from AQU Catalunya indicates that the employability rate in 2017 was approximately 86%.
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