(Re)searching for Jobs, an event organized by EuCheMS in collaboration with some of its partners organizations (ECTN, Cefic and EC2E2N2) took place in Brussels on the 2nd of June 2015 and brought together academia, industry and the European to discuss the many barriers that young researchers face when entering the labour market, a discussion underpinned by the first European Employment Survey for Chemists and Chemical Engineers which was presented during this event.
Helping Students into the Job Market - David Cole-Hamilton, EuCheMS President, University of St Andrews
The Professional Status of European Chemists and Chemical Engineers - Reiner Salzer, Dresden University of Technology
Employability for Graduates and the Role of the EU - Margaret Waters, European Commission, DG Education and Culture
A View of a Young Scientist - Cristina Todasca, University Politehnica of Bucharest
Industrial Employability: Soft Skills Enhancing Scientific Know-How - Viviana Fluxà, CSL Behring
Employment Trends among Chemists in the US - Elizabeth C. McGaha, American Chemical Society
David Spichiger, SCS