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  • Relocation

    Finding the perfect biostatistician job can be difficult in today’s post-pandemic world. Many factors come into play. While salary might be important, so are the benefits, opportunities for career advancement, and the corporate culture in which you’ll be working. That job might not even be available in your city – or state – so [...]

  • Interview Questions

    Biopharma companies usually operate in a high-pressure, deadline-oriented environment. To qualify for roles at these companies, you must possess specific skills and aptitude. Whether you are applying for a clinical trial manager role, an emergency nurse, or a biostatistician, technical and behavioral questions will likely be part of your interview process. This article will [...]

  • Biopharma Landscape

    With the pandemic, biopharma companies saw a shortage of staff as people were quitting in large numbers. Great companies attract great talent. To be a great company, there are certain steps you can take to ensure top talent stays at your company. In this article, we will discuss steps biopharma companies can take to [...]

  • Medical Device Industry

    There are certain genetic traits that every manager must possess, however, in the medical device industry a manager must be equipped with certain knowledge and skills that are strongly oriented to the medical field. Hiring a great manager will bring direction, brilliance, and leadership to your team. Here are some qualities and skills every [...]

  • Medical Writer

    Medical writers specialize in writing scientific or research-related journal articles or documents. Some medical writers may also write for health blogs and websites. One of the core skills of a medical writer is knowledge and expertise in the subjects they are writing for. While in various other professions, employees may learn some skills on [...]

  • The role of a clinical trial manager is one of complexity, challenge, and fulfillment. It’s also one of the fastest-growing sectors in clinical research. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need to fill clinical management positions outpaces the job growth of other vacancies in the same industry. Biomedical labs, hospitals, and pharmaceutical [...]

  • Clinical project managers know how to pay attention to detail. Clinical research projects depend on their project managers to coordinate every aspect of a trial. During the process, the clinical research manager will take on multiple roles. However, their precision and focus on timing can make – or break – a research trial. Why every [...]

  •   Biotechnology opportunities are more abundant than Petri dishes in a lab, and there are almost as many niches to which you can devote your career. Pharmacology, infectious disease control, and prosthetics engineering are some of the specializations from which you can choose. Your training and/or degree in biotechnology may give you entry into one [...]

  •   You know the clinical research industry, and you’ve got the hard skills needed to perform well in your chosen career. But what about your soft skills? Although your work in clinical research will be exceptionally regulated, you’ll be expected to communicate well, accept constructive feedback, work with little supervision, pay attention to detail, accept [...]

  • Finding top talent for your company is one of the most challenging processes along the journey axis of the recruitment process. But, if you manage to hire one, keeping the employee is the most demanding process.  Retaining your best employee requires tactical measures so that you won't lose the employee to your competitor(s). The best [...]