The new site is expected to bring 500 jobs to Florida’s gulf coast and is expected to be operational sometime in the middle of 2016. Johnson & Johnson has signed a lease for 110,000 square feet of space on the first five floors of an office building in Tampa, the Tampa Bay Business Journal reported. The 500 jobs coming to the area will have an average salary of $75,000 a company spokesperson told the Journal. Many of the positions are expected to be in human services, accounting, information technology and other administrative roles, the Tampa Bay Tribune reported. Continue reading
During my 30+ years in medical sales recruiting, I have come across hundreds of people who are sleep walking through their career and don’t know it. Maybe a better analogy is that they’re walking on a treadmill, year after year, at 2.5 miles per hour, on a low level incline.
Life seems great, they’re with a solid, respected medical device or pharmaceutical company making a good income and their customers love them.
They have created excellent professional and personal relationship, so why rock the boat?
Here’s the problem, the medical marketplace has a variety of career options that present new challenges. There are four major levels of medical sales jobs and, like a treadmill, if you never explore new speeds and elevations you’ll never know what you’re missing.
Don’t just settle for the status quo. Learn how to maximize your career growth and earning potential.
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By Ralph Steeber, CEO MEDSEARCH
• Communication Skills – The skill to make a good presentation and engage your audience is critical. The ability to listen attentively and speak clearly are the foundation of healthcare sales.
• Concise and Direct Style –A physician’s or healthcare professional’s time is valuable and you don’t get much of it. It is important for you to be able to distill information down to its essence. Continue reading