London to see 12,000 new jobs created in life sciences industry, new research reveals

Jun 27, 2018 · bdaily.co.uk

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London is set to benefit from the creation of thousands of extra jobs and hundreds of millions of pounds of growth over the next decade in its life sciences sector, according to new research.

This will only be achieved if increases in life science research and development rise in line with government targets, according to research conducted by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI).

Specifically, around 6,480 extra skilled jobs would be created for London with the added R&D, along with more than £480m of extra growth, in 2027 alone.

The capital is predicted to outperform the all other UK regions in terms of jobs and growth.

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