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DeviceSpace(TM) to Host Medical Device and Diagnostics Career Fair in Minneapolis
Date:7/29/2008

Medical Device and Diagnostics Event Expected to Attract a Record Number of

Jobseekers

MANASQUAN, N.J., July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- DeviceSpace(TM), the world's leading online medical device and diagnostics job board and career fair company, will host the DeviceSpace Career Fair in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Monday, September 8, 2008. The event will take place at the Minneapolis Airport Marriott from 11 am - 4 pm.

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Medical device professionals from across the Midwest will attend the job fair to meet in person with medical device and diagnostic companies. Candidates will interview for careers with Advanced Bionics Corporation, Aerotek Scientific, Boston Scientific, Cameron Health, ev3, and Lab Support, among others. Companies at the event will be hiring to fill engineering jobs, regulatory affairs jobs, manufacturing jobs, project manager jobs, QA/QC jobs, clinical research jobs, biostatistics jobs and research and development jobs.

This will be the first DeviceSpace Career Fair in the Minneapolis area and a record crowd is expected. The first DeviceSpace Career Fair, held on October 30, 2007 in Irvine, California, attracted over 420 pre-registered candidates.

DeviceSpace encourages interested career fair candidates to pre-register for the event at: http://careers.biospace.com/Jobs/Public/CareerReceptionDetails.aspx?RECEPTI ON_ ID=152&source=1207 (Due to length of URL, please cut and paste into browser).

To be admitted into the career fair candidates are required to have at least two years experience in a medical device or diagnostics-related field or industry and hold a four year degree in a relevant discipline. (Equivalent work experience may
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