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BioSpace to Host Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Career Fair in Whippany, New Jersey
Date:4/7/2008

m" target="_new">http://www.biospace.com, is globally recognized as the most trusted provider of career solutions and Web-based resources and information to the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device and academic markets. For over 20 years, BioSpace has helped to accelerate communication and discovery among business and scientific leaders in the biopharmaceutical market. With a well- established site infrastructure and loyal online audience, BioSpace.com offers an unparalleled distribution channel for recruitment, investment, product, event and other life science industry messages. BioSpace is a subsidiary of onTargetjobs, http://www.ontargetjobs.com.

Over the past decade, BioSpace has managed over 200 life science job fairs, which have attracted tens of thousands of life science career candidates. BioSpace provides over 30 career events annually and also provides Private Label Career Fairs for companies looking to host unique recruiting open houses.


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