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|Job Description||Date Posted||Location||Salary|
|BOC Engineering Internship Scheme 2014||21/02/2014||Nationwide||£Comp|
|Met Office - Meteorological Forecaster||21/02/2014||Devon||£22,500|
|ESA - Graduate Programme||31/01/2014||Europe||£Comp|
|NASA - Pathways Recent Graduates Program (RGP)||31/01/2014||USA||£Comp|
|CERN - Career Opportunities||28/01/2014||Any||£Comp|
|Euromonitor International - Industry Associate: Ingredients||Closed||London||£comp|
|Graduate Life Science Researcher with European languages||Closed||Manchester||£22k+|
|Graduate Research Engineer||Closed||North Yorkshire||£25k|
|Graduate Healthcare Project Assistant||Closed||London||£21-25k|
|Graduate Pharmaceutical Training Course Producer||Closed||London||£23k+|
Estimated graduate starting salary: £12,000 - £21,000
Typical salary after training: £24,000 - £40,000
There are over 200,000 professional scientists in the UK, working in biosciences, chemical sciences and physical sciences. These are no longer clearly distinct disciplines: many scientists work at the interface between these sciences. They work, mostly in multidisciplinary teams, right across industry, in the health service, government establishments, research and educational institutions.
Science generates knowledge and understanding. Research continually improves our quality of life and is central to the success of our knowledge driven economy, creating wealth and employment in both the UK and abroad. In the area of graduate careers, the scientific field offers...
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