5 Crucial Questions to Ask in Your Next Marketing Job Interview

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If you only prepare to answer questions during a marketing job interview, you’re leaving half the benefit of your interview on the table. Asking questions at your interview not only conveys your enthusiasm, it also helps you determine whether a company that looks great on paper really offers the environment you need to thrive. Here… Read more »

The Lost Job: Why (and How!) to Analyze Why You Didn’t Get the Position

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Hearing a dream employer has chosen someone else for the job is never easy, no matter how gently the hiring manager breaks the news. Taking time to analyze why you didn’t get the job, however, is worthwhile. By considering the reasons you were passed over, you identify areas you can address in your next job… Read more »

8 Tough Interview Questions to Prepare for in Your Next Pharmaceutical Sales Interview

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Sales is a tough field, so it’s not surprising that hiring managers often ask sales candidates tough questions. Here’s how to prepare for eight of the toughest interview questions pharmaceutical sales candidates face, so you can stand out from the crowd for all the right reasons. “Why do you want to work in sales?” The… Read more »

The Number One Resource for Finding a Great Pharmaceutical Sales Job

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The pharmaceutical industry is booming, and the opportunities for outstanding sales professionals in that industry are impressive.  But how do you find a great pharmaceutical sales job in less time? The answer: Work with a recruiter. When you partner with a staffing firm that specializes in placing sales professionals in the pharmaceutical industry, you gain… Read more »

Know Your Worth: Negotiating a Sales and Marketing Job Offer

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Congratulations, you’ve been offered the job! But you’re not done yet.  Now, you’ll need to negotiate a compensation package that pays you what you’re worth and provides the motivation you need to keep reaching your goals.  Here’s how: Know what motivates your best work. For many sales and marketing professionals, the ability to earn more… Read more »

How to Find Your Dream Biotech Sales Job: 5 Tips

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Biotech is a burgeoning field – responsible for dozens of scientific breakthroughs and saving or improving thousands of lives each year.  The field also provides a multitude of opportunities for sales professionals looking to expand their careers and sharpen their skills. Here are five ways to find your dream job in biotech sales: Learn about… Read more »

Cover Letters: Outdated or Essential?

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In today’s fast-paced, Internet-focused world, the cover letter can seem obsolete.  Email makes it tempting to reduce the entire cover letter to a few lines, and automated application systems make the cover letter seem superfluous.  Is the cover letter still essential?  Or is it an idea whose time has passed? Don’t let 21st-century technology fool… Read more »

Unearthing Hidden Sales and Marketing Jobs

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If you’re looking for a sales or marketing position, chances are you’re taking the same approach you’ve taken in the past and that most job blogs recommend: check common Internet sites like Monster.com, read the want ads, and tailor your resumes to each job posting. This is the most common way to approach the job… Read more »

How to Find a Great Marketing Job in the Biotech Field

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Biotechnology is a rapidly growing field, and the medical advances made by biotech companies are changing lives every year. The marketing departments of major biotech companies are often thriving workplaces in which to build a career. Whether you’ve worked in marketing in a related industry before or you’re considering a move into the biotech field,… Read more »

Get Noticed! How to Stand Out From Other Professionals

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When you submit a resume or application to an employer, where do you picture it heading? For many professionals, the thought of their resume landing in a digital pile with countless others, all of which boast similar skill sets, can be enough to make you think twice about clicking “Send.” But giving up the search… Read more »