PRA plans to hire up to 150 biotech workers

CRO PRA International is planning to hire between 100 and 150 clinical research associates and project managers in the Philadelphia area. PRA is taking advantage of a life sciences grant program that helps employers pay some of the expenses that come with training a new employee. The CRO could get up to $3,600 from the Life Science Career Alliance for each individual hired and trained while the program is ongoing. Story

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