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Regulatory Affairs Managers

Work Environment

Regulatory affairs managers work in offices, with the work day divided between meetings with regulatory team members and other departments, on the computer conducting research and writing reports and e-mails, and on the telephone. They work 40 or more hours per week. Travel is required at times for meetings and conferences. The work can be pressurized at times, particularly when working under strict deadlines and gathering information from various sources to complete reports and submissions to regulatory agencies.

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