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Regulatory Affairs Specialists

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A great way to gain experience in this field while making valuable connections is through a part-time job or internship in a regulatory affairs department of a company. Ask your school's career services office for help with finding job and internship listings. You can also search for jobs and internships posted on employment Web sites such as Indeed and SimplyHired, social media such as LinkedIn, and by visiting the Web sites of professional associations. For example, the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics offers job listings, salary surveys, and educational programs on its Web site: Attend an industry conference to learn about trends and developments in regulatory affairs. The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society offers an annual conference, Convergence, that features workshops, lectures, and networking opportunities. Find information at

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