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Quality standards and the job market

Adoption of quality standards, increased legislation and the need to prove due diligence are generating a growing market for personnel with skills in quality control, quality assurance and regulatory matters. This assessment comes from a company offering recruitment services in the field.

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Coombs, J. Quality standards and the job market. Nature 370, 673–674 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1038/370673a0

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