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Pharmaceutical Job

Pharmaceutical jobs save lives. Whether it is the discovery of a new medicine to cure a life-threatening disease, testing a drug to ensure its safety or marketing products to pharmacies so the benefits of a medicine can be realised, a career within the pharmaceutical industry will give you tremendous satisfaction, and the belief that you really can make a difference.

The pharmaceutical industry offers a huge array of opportunities to candidates from diverse backgrounds. Scientifically oriented minds may enjoy the challenges of being a chemist or pharmacist. Those with sales experience may find their niche in product marketing. There is also a high demand for people with human resources skills, production & manufacturing experience and product design skills. General office and lab jobs also need filling too.

Entry into the pharmaceutical industry is many and varied. Companies will take on school leavers, A-level and degree qualified candidates, as well as those who have several years of relevant experience in allied industries. The type of pharmaceutical job that interests you will dictate the qualifications and experience that you need.

The ability to work as a team player and to lead a team are important personal qualities that pharmaceutical employers will look for in a candidate. Attention to detail, good communication skills and an aptitude to think on your feet are characteristics that will open doors for you in the pharmaceuticals industry.

For more information on pharmaceutical jobs please use the resources on our site

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