European Job Migration Project (EJMP)

The project aimed to tackle the reasons behind the brain drain in some countries and the issues of the researchers’ mobility in Europe, by surveying young scientists of many disciplines across the continent.

We received feedback from more than 900 scientists, researchers and technicians.

Time frame



Identify the issues that drives the brain drain problem and the researchers’ mobility phenomenon in Europe as of perceived by young researchers, scientists, technician in different areas.


Of similar aims of European Job Migration Project (EJMP), the Career in Life Sciences project is in activity (as of February 2010)


Paul Smaglik, “making a move on mobility” Nature 435, 709

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