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Advance Recruitment Delighted With Positive Outlook for Medical Device Sales Industry
Date:4/26/2012

MANCHESTER, England, April 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Medical sales recruitment specialists Advance Recruitment are thrilled with the latest results from a new global medical device survey for 2012-2013 suggesting a positive outlook for the industry despite the current economic climate.

The report, which was published this month by Espicom Business Intelligence, was the result of a highly detailed analysis drawn from ICD research's panel of 174 leading global medical devices industry executives.

Overall the outlook was reported as positive for the next financial year with 61% of respondents across the medical device industry suggesting they are 'more optimistic' about revenue growth for their company over the next year compared to 2011.

The UK itself is one of the largest medical device markets in the world, valued at an estimated £5.6 billion. According to the report the UK market for medical devices is predicted to increase by 3.5% per annum and reach a value of £6.3 billion by 2016.

Medical sales and marketing recruitment specialists Advance Recruitment remain optimistic for the year ahead with the latest survey supporting their belief that there will be growth in the industry including new job opportunities within the sector.

Advance Recruitment's Managing Director, Nick Langley commented on the news stating, "The latest report from Espicom is brilliant news for the industry, especially as the UK is one of the largest medical device sales markets in the world.

"Markets within this country have always been committed to investing in the latest technologies and we believe the industry is in a strong position to grow despite the economic downturn. As a recruitment agency we remain hopeful this trend in growth will lead to new job opportunities within the sector."

However the report also suggested the healthcare service as a whole will need to become considerably more efficient if it is to cope with financial pressures as well as an increasingly aging population across Western Europe.

Advance Recruitment  is a leading UK medical recruitment agency specialising in healthcare sales and medical marketing and  medical device sales careers  for leading healthcare companies throughout the UK.

For more information and to find their latest selection of medical sales positions contact an advisor on +44(0)800-783-0920  or visit  http://www.advancerecruitment.net/.



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