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The MedZilla Report: March 2009 Employment Outlook for Biotech/Pharma/Health
Date:4/23/2009

h efforts. Applicants in California and New Jersey looked for jobs 2.4 percent and 2.7 percent more, respectively, in those two states. New York and Massachusetts also saw slight increases -- about one percent apiece. But what was most telling was that applicants searching for jobs in the sales field severely curtailed their activities; 8.1 percent fewer people looked for sales jobs in March than in February. PhRMA's new regulations restricting the amount and types of free gifts pharmaceutical sales representatives can give out have been in effect for a few months now, and as sales specialists see the job getting more difficult, they may be choosing to change career paths.
   
Though there were a few exceptions, the number of jobs posted on a state-by-state basis remained relatively flat -- which is to say, a one percent swing in either direction. Massachusetts companies posted five percent more jobs in March than in February, while California companies slowed their job postings by 4.6 percent. New York saw a slightly-significant rise in postings, and Texas a slightly-significant drop. But the real change was in what types of jobs were -- or were not -- being posted. Educators were in more demand, as were information technology specialists and operations employees, while postings fell off in areas not normally known for seeing large amounts of shrinkage: clinical research (down five percent) and primary care (down four).
   
Despite the lack of job postings, companies nationwide ramped up their efforts to find new employees; candidates in Texas in particular were highly sought-after, almost 15 percent more in March than February. Massachusetts candidates were sought almost five percent more, Virginia and Washington almost four percent, and Minnesota 2.3 percent. However, there were significant drops in candidate-seeking activites; Illinois was off 4.1 percent and Florida 3.8 percent. From the types of resumes reviewed by
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