Since 2007, EuroScienceJobs has been advertising hundreds of job opportunities for scientific researchers and postdocs. Universities, research centres, companies, government, and international organisations recruit scientists through EuroScienceJobs. International science researchers and other experts who can work in English are often willing to move abroad for the right opportunity in precisely their field. Every week, we send the EuroScienceJobs Newsletter to over 27,000 subscribers. Over 12,000 job alerts subscribers receive over 30,000 alerts every week. These highly specialised job seekers often share extremely targeted emails with colleagues, friends from university, and others with the same skills. Nearly 70% of EuroScienceJobs’ users have a PhD in science, in areas such as biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, biotechnology, biostatistics, and bioinformatics, as well as in medicine, immunology, toxicology, and pharma. This is one of the reasons we also launched EuroPharmaJobs six years ago. With over 3,500 LinkedIn followers, around 4,500 Facebook followers and over 1,000 Twitter followers, your job ads are also shared through EuroScienceJobs social media. EuroScienceJobs has advertisers ranging from international organisations like the European Patent Office (EPO), the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), national centres of research such as the Austrian Academy of Sciences’ Ce-M-M-Centre for Molecular Medicine, and Belgium’s CISTIM – Center for Innovation and Stimulation of Drug Discovery to hundreds of European universities announcing their PostDocs on EuroScienceJobs. Pharmaceutical and biotech companies ranging from Abbott, to Astellas, GSK, Janssen/Johnson & Johnson to Novo Nordisk also use EuroScienceJobs to find researchers through job ads and CV searches. Over 5,000 research scientists are registered in the EuroScienceJobs CV database, plus thousands of other STEM candidates.