Impacts on a Data Scientist’s Salary


data scientist's salary

Is the United States graduating too many data scientists with computer science, statistics or business analytics degrees? Will this “glut” affect a data scientist’s salary in 2021 and 2022? History did an analysis of the rise and fall and rise again of the data scientist’s salary since 2015. In June 2015 the data scientist’s… Read more »

{Slideshare} 15 Pharmaceutical Sales Interview Questions


pharmaceutical sales interview

15 Pharmaceutical Sales Interview Questions from Smith Hanley Associates 1. 15 Pharmaceutical Sales Interview Questions 2.  You’ve prepared for common interview questions. 3.  But, how do you prepare specifically for a pharmaceutical sales interview? 4.  Here are 15 sample behavioral interview questions to help you prepare.   Good luck! 5.  Tell me about a time you… Read more »

Actuarial Interview Tips


actuarial interview tips

There are many blogs helping you prepare for interviews, but not quite as many providing specific actuarial interview tips. In this pandemic world of zoom interviews and remote work, making an impact over technology is critical to get the job. What are those things that you need to prepare to have the most effective actuarial… Read more »

“Will I be able to work remotely?”


work remotely

“Will I be able to work remotely?” It’s a question I get 20 times a week. And not just over the past 12 months. “I’d love to work for them, but I’m in Chicago; I can’t move to New York.” “The role is perfect for me but I can’t commute from Central Jersey to Rowayton,… Read more »

What Market Researchers Look for in a New Company


what market researchers look for in a new company

At The Quirk’s Event  in late February 2021 Smith Hanley Executive Recruiters in Market Research and Consumer Insights, Lindsey Bartlett and Daniel Wilberschied, presented Confessions of a Headhunter and asked the attendees what market researchers look for in a new company. The live poll results: Collaborative Culture 35% Not surprised this is #1 in what… Read more »

How to Address the Rural Health Care Crisis in America


rural health care crisis

Twenty percent of the U.S. population lives in rural America and most of those citizens are part of a rural health care crisis. Rural populations are older, sicker and less likely to be insured or seek preventative services. They are more likely than their urban counterparts to experience preventative death from heart disease, cancer, unintentional… Read more »

How to Successfully Connect with a Recruiter on LinkedIn {Infographic}


connect with a Recruiter on LinkedIn

  How to Successfully Connect with a Recruiter on LinkedIn  {Infographic} If you’re not connecting with recruiters on LinkedIn, you could be missing out on recruiter-only openings.  Follow these steps to connect with a recruiter that is right for you. Reset your privacy settings and status. Allow others to see your name and heading when… Read more »

Digital Transformation in Commercial Pharma


digital transformation in commercial pharma

The volume of data processed by pharmaceutical firms shows no sign of slowing down. Pharmaceutical companies are acting quickly to build core internal digital capabilities to transform research and development, manufacturing and the end user. How is digital transformation in commercial pharma most commonly occurring? Clinical Decision Support Pharma marketing used to be about educating… Read more »

Increased Demand for Hiring Data Analysts


Data coming in from the Internet of Things and advances in cloud computing have global data storage set to grow from 45 zettabytes to 175 zettabytes by 2025. This has led to demand for hiring data analysts that has shot through the roof, hockey stick growth, in the last five years. Yes, there is lots… Read more »

Where Did April Fools Day Come From?


April Fools Day

In 1582 when France switched from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar it caused the New Year to be celebrated on January 1 versus the previous start of the New Year on the Spring Equinox. New Year celebrations had previously lasted from March 25 to April 1. It was a hard transition for some… Read more »