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Future Fit: What It Takes to Make New Graduates Employable

A common worry among students at higher education institutions—type of school and choice of major aside—is the difficulty of securing employment after graduation. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicates their concerns are not unfounded. While the total U.S. unemployment rate was 5 percent in April, it was 8.8 percent among adults ages 20 to 24. Only teenagers had a harder time securing employment.
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It's the Equity, Stupid: Compensation Package Focus at BIO 2016 Moves Beyond Cash

In today's hyper–competitive biotech job market to attract and retain talent it seems appropriate that the first session at this year’s BIO 2016 conference in San Francisco was focused on comp plans.
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Infinity to Eliminate 46 Researchers After Lymphoma Drug Disappoints in Study
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After disappointing results from a mid-stage trial for a blood cancer drug, Infinity Pharmaceuticals (INFI) said it was forced to slash 46 positions, about 21 percent of its workforce.
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Intarcia to Move HQ Next Month, Plans to Double Workforce By End of 2017
BOSTON – As Intarcia Therapeutics nears to filing for U.S. regulatory approval of its diabetes drug, the company is moving into a new space in South Boston, the Boston Business Journal reported this morning, something the company had been planning since last year.
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Boston Sci Aims for Major Cost Reductions in Global Restructuring
MARLBOROUGH, Mass. – In an effort to support massive strides it has made this year, Boston Scientific Corporation (BSX), a medical device company, said it will undergo a corporate restructuring expected to reduce operating expenses by up to $150 million by 2020 and support long-term growth and innovation.
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BIO2016: Months After Infamous "Sexist" Biotech Party, LifeSci Advisors Finds New Ways to Showcase Women
SAN FRANCSICO - Five months after being scorned for hiring models in tight dresses for an industry party at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, the leaders of LifeSci Advisors came to the Biotechnology Innovation Organization's convention with a different tack in mind–closing the gender gap and preparing more women for leadership roles in the pharma industry.
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