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The MedZilla Report: June 2008 Employment Outlook for Biotech/Pharma/Health
Date:7/25/2008

ncrease their searches for new applicants in June. Only New Jersey -- 7.8 percent -- and California -- 2.2 percent -- showed significant downswings in resume searches. Sales representative searches were up by 2.2 percent overall, but nursing was the opening most employers wanted to fill -- 2.4 percent of resume searches on MedZilla.com were for nurses. Research also showed a small percentage of growth. Meanwhile, management position searches fell by 2.4 percent in June, reflecting the trend in outplacement reports that stresses streamlining of supervisory tasks.

Employers who were not actively searching for new applicants nevertheless continued posting job openings, most notably in primary care and office positions, with 3.8 percent availability growth in that area. Sales postings went up by 2.2 percent, and marketing or business development by 4 percent, possibly indicating that some companies foresee receiving regulatory approval from the FDA and, therefore, the need to market and sell new drugs. "Companies could be hedging their bets there," Hopps said, "hoping to have personnel in place when it's time to make their move."

As in the previous months, potential applicants continued showing caution at the prospect of changing jobs. Despite the vast growth in ambulatory health care jobs, and even though there were fewer jobs created in June than in May, job seeker numbers changed relatively little through June. Even the number of individuals searching for sales positions was off from previous months; in June, sales searches only grew by 1.1 percent, instead of the two-plus percentage seen through most of the last year. In mid-July, the Associated Press reported that PhRMA, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, revised their conduct code for sales representatives when dealing with health care professionals, creating stricter rules for what kinds of free items representatives can give out, and those new rul
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