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Clinical Research Coordinators


The outlook for clinical research coordinators is bright, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network (O*NET). Companies will continue to need clinical research coordinators to help get funding for and monitor all aspects of their clinical research projects. There has been some consolidation in scientific research organizations due to increased outsourcing of research and development activities. Many job openings for coordinators will arise from the need to replace those who leave for other jobs or retire from the field. Clinical research coordinators with an advanced degree in clinical research, certification, strong knowledge of software programs for clinical research, and prior work experience will have improved chances of securing work.

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