GSK looks abroad for more scientists as U.K. shortage grows

GlaxoSmithKline says that a dire shortage of science graduates in the U.K. is forcing the company to recruit new researchers from outside the country. According to a senior Glaxo executive, a number of U.K. universities have scrapped their chemistry departments in recent years in a drive to cut costs. Graduates from France, Spain, Germany and India have been recruited to fill the gap in what is seen as an increasingly globalized job market for drug development.

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