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Make The Move Into Pharma
The Pharmaceutical Journal
In the global pharmaceutical industry, a diverse range of career opportunities are on offer for people of varied disciplines. Pharmacists are highly suited to careers within the industry thanks to their understanding of pre-clinical science, drug development processes, drug licensing and how patients use the medicines they are prescribed.
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The Three C's of Emails
Boston.com
Don’t get lulled into believing that because it is email, mistakes can and will be excused. An email may be the first impression you make on a person, most notably when you reply online to a job posting. Your email represents you, and if your email creates a less than favorable first impression, changing that impression will be much more difficult than if you had gotten it right the first time.
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New Study Reveals How Pharma Industry Boosts Global Economy Across Regions
News-Medical
A new study entitled The Economic Footprint of the Pharmaceutical Industry – Regional breakdown and differentiation between originators and generics, independently conducted by WifOR reveals how the pharmaceutical industry, one of the world’s largest industries, plays a major role in boosting the global economy across regions.
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Career Building in Nontraditional Postdoc Tracks
The New York Academy of Sciences
On Jan. 29, 2015, the Academy's Science Alliance presented Nontraditional Postdocs to help young scientists understand the differences between academic and industry postdoctoral positions and plan for nontraditional careers. The speakers reviewed the hiring process and the structure of postdoc programs and considered challenges and opportunities in industry. The discussion explored postdoctoral career paths in drug discovery and applied research and featured advice on how to secure a nonacademic position.
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Five Expert Tips For Refreshing Your Career
Fast Company
March typically marks the beginning of the spring-cleaning season, when we start to shake off the winter doldrums, open up the windows and roll up our sleeves to scrub away the dirt and cobwebs. But cleaning house right now may not only be good for your abode—it could also prove beneficial to your career. And it looks like a lot of us could use a little "spring forward" when it comes to our professional lives.
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Pro-Science Stimulus to Revitalize Japan's R&D
Science Careers
Today, after two decades of economic stagnation, Japan's vitality and dynamism is almost palpable. As part of Prime Minister Shinzō Abe's Japan Revitalization Strategy, the country has set its sights on strengthening efforts in research and development, improving health technology and services, and elevating the status of its universities as well as reaching out globally for knowledge sharing and talent circulation.
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The Best Advice Career Experts Ever Received
Fast Company
Career coaches spend their days doling out advice to help people get ahead. But what advice did they get that helped them along the way? We asked five successful career coaches what was the best career advice they ever received. Here, the words of wisdom that's stuck with them through the years.
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Florida Sees Big Benefits From Stem Cell Research
Sun Sentinel
Author Bryant H. McGill asserts that: “It is better to have a meaningful life and make a difference than to merely have a long life.” But increasingly one can have both, courtesy of scientific advancement. Extending life and its quality are clearly without our reach. Life expectancy in industrialized nations has risen from age 47 in 1900 to 80 today, mainly due to breakthroughs in curing childhood illnesses. And while age-related illnesses like heart disease, cancer, stroke and Alzheimer's are very prevalent, progress in curing — or effectively managing— them has been remarkable.
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Eleven Pieces of Career Advice From Mad Men's Peggy Olson
MediaPost
In an LA Times Entertainment piece, you can find 11 pieces of career advice for women that are based on the Peggy Olson character from Mad Men. And we all know Peggy, who rose from obscurity to full on executive fame over the course of the series, has learned a lot and has much to share. Advice ranges from not relying on your femininity to get ahead to demanding appropriate work space to taking power when it comes your way to maintaining a professional relationship even when there is a lot of personal baggage to never fall in love with your married boss.
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