It’s a quiet, lonely life for a squid in the deep, just drifting along, dangling a pair of lines, hoping to snag dinner.
There are two videos of this squid, one from 2014 and another from 2013.
We’ve (Hobson Prior) just released our first installment of our Global mobility report – Part 1: Global mobility in life sciences – we explore the motives behind international career moves, and ask if the reality lives up to expectations. We also investigate the top destinations in Europe, which countries pay the most, and what support you can expect from an employer if you choose to move abroad for a job.
We thought you may like a copy and it can be found here;
Blog article: https://www.hobsonprior.com/news/hobson-prior-releases-new-report/?utm_term=HP&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin.com&utm_campaign=globalpf
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