Are you there yet?

What is your career goal? And where are you in terms of achieving it?

Do you even have a career goal?

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Only One In Five...

Recent statistics report that only 1 in 5 jobs are filled through internal referral schemes.
So the question is….. Would you leave your career in the hands of friends and family?
As a skilled and talented individual within Healthcare Communications you should take absolute control of your career in order to achieve that ‘dream job’.

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What are you?

I was making my way through my emails this morning and there was one in particular that caught my eye…
It was from Ben Settle, a Copywriter and Direct Response Marketer based in the States…
Anyway … this particular email was about spotting the difference between a winner and a loser…
His argument was … ‘losers are always looking for a magic pill’ and I agree with him 100%...
Losers are always looking for that quick fix, but aren’t willing to put the work in to get results…

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To Degree Or NOT To Degree?

From time to time I have found myself in a very frustrating situation…… HR departments who insist that all candidates have a science degree.
We are not talking graduate intake here. We are talking extremely well seasoned Healthcare Communications superstars, proven and unbelievably successful for an extremely senior position, but there’s a problem ….. one particular candidate who stands out a mile from the rest… doesn’t have a science degree!

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Power... Who Has It?

When it comes to hiring leading Healthcare Communications professionals, you might be surprised to know that they have most of the power.
Economic recovery after the recession is on-going and unemployment rates are declining resulting in fewer candidates for open positions within the sector. Hiring Managers are having to work really hard to fill their jobs. This is unlikely to improve anytime soon, and with the upcoming retirement of the baby boomer generation, the workforce will become smaller still.
In addition, increasing scarcity of good talent in the Healthcare Communications sector means that the candidates have options. This means that they’re not likely to participate in a hiring process that doesn’t value their effort and time. 

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