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Regulatory Affairs Managers


Regulatory affairs managers will continue to find good employment opportunities in the coming years. Those with prior training and experience in areas such as business, engineering, marketing, pharmacy, or science will be in demand. Many different types of companies will need the expertise of regulatory affairs managers to help ensure their operations and products comply with governmental and industry regulations and laws. The Department of Labor (DOL) includes regulatory affairs managers in the managers, all other category. The DOL forecasts 4 to 6 percent employment growth, about as fast as the average for all occupations, through 2028 for these professionals. Regulatory affairs managers with five years of regulatory experience and up-to-date knowledge of regulatory software programs, such as the electronic Common Technical Document, will have an advantage in the job market.

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