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How to Identify Equal Career Advancement Opportunities on the Job Search

You entered into a medical sales role with high hopes for your career. Maybe you dream of being a manager or perhaps your goals reach as far as the executive level. No matter the breadth of your career goals or how often they change, you’re not alone.  In fact, for the first time ever, career […]

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How to Make the Most out of 3 Common Holiday Networking Scenarios

If the notion of “networking” during the holidays make you cringe like the grinch, count yourself in plentiful company.  Why not look at it through a different lens all together? Rather than viewing holiday get-togethers as a place for idle chit chat or chatting with a hidden motive, think of it as a rare opportunity […]

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3 Small Medical Companies You Shouldn’t Overlook

Large companies receive much of the glory in the medical sales community. Their large size must mean monumental commissions, more opportunities for growth, and superior products.  The awe-struck wonder of large medical sales companies often puts a shadow on smaller companies. But small medical sales companies can hold their own. In fact, our 2019 9th […]

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Women in Medical Sales: From Hollywood Costume Designer to Medical Device Innovator

Women are outnumbered in medical sales. In fact, in the 2019 Medical Sales Salary Report, 67% of the respondents were men. In addition, the report found that women earn just 83% of what men do and makeup only 33% of the respondents. While, at first glance, this may seem discouraging, there is a multitude of […]

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Recruiters Share What They’re Thankful for This Thanksgiving

The holiday season is a time for joy and thanksgiving. However, it’s also a time when you and your recruitment team are scrambling to find top talent in-between time off spent with family and friends. To make matters more challenging, 74% of recruiters in Jobvite’s Recruiter Nation Survey say they believe hiring will become more […]

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How to Overcome Employment Gaps to Land an Entry-Level Medical Sales Job

When you’re hoping to land an entry-level medical sales job, a gap on your resume can be a nerve-racking challenge to overcome. Regardless of the length or reasoning behind your hiatus from work, the added level of stress can spiral into a disastrously long job search experience.  Take comfort in the knowledge that employment gaps […]

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What You Need to Know About Medical Sales Jobs In Dallas

People have flocked to Dallas, Texas over the last 10 years. The gradual increase of over 304,000 people, according to a Brookings Institution analysis, isn’t just thanks to the southern charm and cultural mecca Dallas offers. In fact, in 2017, Dallas, the ninth-largest city in the U.S., had the second-highest job growth rate.  While this […]

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The Art of Turning Down a Medical Sales Job (You’ve Already Accepted)

Thanks to the thriving job market, medical sales job seekers have the upper hand when it comes to offers. So much so that a recent CareerBuilder survey found that 51 percent of people continue looking for jobs after they’ve received an offer. What’s even more surprising is that one out of seven will turn down […]

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Pairing MedReps with LinkedIn – Ultimate Medical Sales Job Search Success

Like any other savvy job seeker, medical sales reps are enhancing their job search with LinkedIn, using the powerful platform to identify opportunities and network across a growing, competitive industry. In addition, they’re harnessing the power of MedReps to find specific opportunities they hope will lead to success in their job search. 0

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5 Ways to Position Your Overqualifications During the Medical Sales Job Search

You found a great opportunity on your medical sales job search that firmly fits within your long-term career goals and you’re determined to land the job. But there’s one major problem. You’re wildly overqualified for the position. 2+