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Regulatory Affairs Specialists

Work Environment

Regulatory affairs specialists usually work in offices, with some travel required for meetings and conferences. They may travel to manufacturing plants or labs to gather information. Specialists typically work 40 hours per week and may work longer hours to meet deadlines for report submissions. The job can be stressful at times, particularly when time is tight to meet deadlines. Specialists may also face pressure from dealing with complex projects or handling difficult customers.   

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