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Stem Careers in the Brexit Era


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Stem Careers in the Brexit Era

The UK’s exit from the EU has had a mixed effect on scientists’ assessment of their international mobility and future job market prospects, according to the 2020 STEM Survey Sponsored 22 April 2020 Alexandra Krull/Eyeem/Getty Images CORONAVIRUS is currently dominating the headlines, and it remains to be seen what its long-term impact on the UK’s…

The UK’s exit from the EU has had a mixed effect on scientists’ assessment of their international mobility and future job market prospects, according to the 2020 STEM Survey



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22 April 2020

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CORONAVIRUS is currently dominating the headlines, and it remains to be seen what its long-term impact on the UK’s economy and jobs market will be. Yet the pandemic has pushed another very real shift in economic conditions out of the news. After years of debate and political posturing, the UK left the European Union on 31 January this year. The transition period, in which the country is still in the European single market and EU customs union, is due to end on 31 December 2020, regardless of the coronavirus situation.

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