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Looking for work in an industry with a potent and promising future? Consider the biotech and pharmaceutical industries. Demand for drugs is growing, fueled by an aging global population and blossoming international markets. And so is the market for skilled professionals in these industries. This indispensable resource from the career experts at WetFeet will give you a practical introduction to these promising industries. Turn to this WetFeet Insider Guide for The latest forces driving change in these industries. A primer on the product development cycle (it can take more than a decade to take a new drug to market). A run-down of opportunities available to undergraduates and MBAs—from sales and marketing to engineering and science. Profiles of 21 of the biggest pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, including financial and personnel highlights and recent milestones. Profiles of nine people currently working in the industry. Information on the recruiting process and how it varies for different types of candidates. Specific tips on landing a job. A glossary of industry jargon to help you talk the talk.
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