Establishing an appropriately skilled and plentiful workforce for the future is one of the biggest difficulties facing international pharmaceutical corporations today. In the US alone, by 2025, 60% of the 3.4 million biopharmaceutical industry jobs could be vacant due to a scarcity of people entering the industry. The workforce composition and skills requirements are also changing due to technological innovations in drug manufacturing, such as automation and multifunctional manufacturing sites.
There is a critical need for a robust global biopharmaceutical workforce to ensure safe, effective, efficient, and continuous supply of quality medicine for patients.
To overcome these barriers, the ISPE Foundation is raising funds to establish the ISPE Travel Grant Program, which will attract, support, educate, and train talented young people entering the industry. Both students and young professionals will receive financial support to further their professional development and contribute to building our industry’s future workforce.
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