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Naturejobs Career Guide Asia-Pacific 2016

Some Asia-Pacific countries are investing heavily in research and development, opening up opportunities for scientists who are willing to relocate to achieve their career goals. This Career Guide provides researchers who are thinking of making the move with the information and advice they need to make the right decisions.

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Naturejobs Career Guide Asia-Pacific 2016

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    Countries are spending more than ever on research and development, but the fields they fund vary depending on national priorities. And it is not just the research reputation that matters when choosing whether to move abroad — cost of living and quality-of-life are factors too.

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    As China continues to increase its investment in research, it is offering opportunities that can be difficult to find elsewhere.

    • Rebecca Kanthor
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    The government is stepping up efforts to attract international scientists, as the country invests record sums in research.

    • Smriti Mallapaty
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    Scientists from across the world are attracted to the country, which competes internationally by focusing on its strengths.

    • Karen McGhee
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    A big investor in research and development, South Korea is attracting top scientists in the hope of boosting basic science.

    • Mark Zastrow