Jobs in Life Science Graduate Jobs

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    • City of London, London
    • £18000 - £22000 per annum
    • STEM Graduates
    • Posted 15 days ago

    Graduate Trainee Clinical Physiologist - Graduate Scheme Job Location: London City Centre Job Salary: Circa £22,000 Graduate Scheme Length: 3 years, with a permanent position after Job Benefits: Potential for Annual Salary Progression, Overtime Pay, Private Health Insurance, Relocation Help Job Sectors: Graduate Science Jobs / Graduate Biology J...

    • Norwich, Norfolk
    • Negotiable
    • STEM Graduates
    • Posted 21 days ago

    RNA Biologist - Plant Science Job Location: Norwich, East Anglia Job Salary: Competitive Dependent on Experience Job Details: Generous holidays, Pension, normal working hours Job Sectors: Plant Biology Jobs / Plant Science Jobs / RNA Biology Jobs / PhD Biology Jobs / CRISPR Jobs / RNA Molecular Biology Jobs / Biology Jobs Our client, a company t...

    • Basingstoke, Hampshire
    • £23000 - £27000 per annum
    • STEM Graduates
    • Posted 21 days ago

    Scientific Sales Representative - Hampshire / Surrey based Job Location: Hampshire, field-based working in areas including Poole, Bournemouth, Surrey etc. Job Salary: £23,000 - £27,000 Basic + commission depending on sales performance Job Sectors: Scientific Sales / Biology / Biochemistry / Science Sales / Sales Representative / Sports Science /...


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Life Science Graduate Jobs

View our life science graduate jobs available above as well as life science graduate schemes by some of the top employers in the UK.

What Life Science degree jobs fall under Life Sciences?

Life Sciences are a broad range of science subjects that can include the study of biology, botany, zoology, microbiology, physiology, biochemistry, palaeontology and more.

Jobs for life science graduates

Life Science graduates are suited to a wide range of life science degree jobs, including laboratory based roles with pharmaceutical firms.

However, life science graduate jobs in these markets can be competitive so it can be useful to have a Master’s or PhD in Life Sciences to further desirability to an employer.