Recruiters spend all their time searching for the right candidate. Depending on the time of year and the demand of the market, a single recruiter could be recruiting up to 30 jobs (or more) at one time. Not only is that a lot of jobs, but think of the sheer volume of CV’s that comes through their servers!
Often lumped together as a group, Pharmaceutical Sales and Medical Devices have fundamental differences. Having a thorough understanding of each, how they are the same and how they are different can give you greater insight into which career path to pursue.
Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives are hired by pharmaceutical companies to sell products through persuasively presenting information about their products to medical practitioners.
Deciding on a career is no easy feat. There are many factors that go into deciding on a career path such as day to day tasks, work environment and earning opportunity. If you’ve stumbled upon the exciting and rewarding prospect of a Pharmaceutical Sales career, read ahead to find out if it’s the right step for you!
It seems every other person you meet is a recruiter these days. If you type “recruiter” in Linkedin’s search engine almost 950,000 people show up under the job title results! That is a lot of recruiters. And these results don’t even include other titles such as “headhunter” or “talent acquisition”. As recruiters ourselves, we decided to dig deep to figure out the top things to consider.