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Drugmakers Like Gilead, Mylan and Novo — Not Big Pharma — Are Job Creators
FiercePharma
With a couple of exceptions, including 12 percent job growth at AstraZeneca, little changed last year when it came to Big Pharma's employment numbers. But drop down to midtier players and the employment picture changes significantly, both in terms of how many jobs were added last year, and in one very notable case, how few.
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10 Things You Should Never Do On Your Resume
TechRepublic
What is your resume? A hassle you must undergo to walk into an interview with any hope of getting hired? Or is it a history of your professional life — ready to be shared with others to make lasting, career-forging connections? If you view your resume as nothing more than a hurdle, you probably don't take it as seriously as you should. But if you value it as a game-changer, you understand its importance.
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Pallone Announces Biomedical Research Funding
My Central Jersey
With the House of Representatives’ passage of the 21st Century Cures Act, U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., D-N.J., 6th District, on Friday announced biomedical research funding in the legislation to support progress toward treatments for rare diseases. Pallone has played an integral role in leading the bill through the House as both a sponsor of the legislation and as the ranking member of the Energy and Commerce Committee.
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Red Flags: Here's How You're Capsizing That Job Interview
MainStreet
There is apparently no shortage of ways that you can sabotage a job interview. Stu Coleman, a senior managing director at the Boston-based recruiting firm Winter Wyman, says the way you make an entrance into a job interview can lead you to lose a job offer - even before you sit down. "I believe in getting jacked up for an interview," Coleman notes. "But, walking in with a sweaty iced coffee, steamy hot coffee, energy drink or anything with foam on it is just disrespectful."
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Engineering A Shingles Vaccine That Doesn't Wimp Out Over Time
NPR
If you had chickenpox as a child, then you're at risk for shingles. As you age, the risk increases, probably because the immune system weakens over time. The varicella zoster virus can hide in the body over a lifetime and suddenly activate, causing a painful, blistery rash. Even when the rash disappears, pain can linger and worsen, causing a burning, shooting, stabbing pain so severe it can leave people unable to sleep, work or carry on other activities.
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Opportunities In Clinical Trials Pharmacy
The Pharmaceutical Journal
Clinical trials are vital to test the safety and efficacy of new and existing medicines. Pharmacists who work with clinical trials in hospitals explain what they do and what skills and experience are required.
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In Quest To Understand Patient Experience, Pharma Companies Turn To Ethnographers
MedCity News
In a panel discussion that explored some of the ways pharmaceutical companies have approached patient engagement, Paul Gurney, an associate partner with McKinsey & Co., identified an emerging trend among pharmaceutical companies: hiring ethnographers to do research on patient behavior in the context. The idea is that by focusing on different parts of the patient experience, ethnographers can do a better job of understanding not only what patients tell them but what they observe them doing.
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4 Steps to a Targeted Sales Resume
MedReps.com
When looking for your next medical sales job, it may be tempting to not limit yourself by creating a slightly generic resume designed to appeal to both medical device jobs and pharma sales jobs. While it is great to be a jack-of-all-trades and show skills that are transferable across both healthcare sales arenas– generic resumes often are so diluted the reader is hard-pressed to determine how you are a great fit for a specific sales job.
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