Along with your no smoking, less drinking and lose weight 2019 New Year’s Resolutions, add a renewed focus on your career. Contact the Recruiters at Smith Hanley Associates for their help. You’ll be amazed how informed and helpful they can be in assessing your opportunities and options. Happy New Year! All the best for 2019.
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How best to answer the interview question, What is your greatest weakness? Also disguised as: If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? What are the parts of this job that will be the most challenging for you? What is something you could have done differently? What would your boss/co-workers/clients say… Read more »
The adoption of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry has been limited by the pervasive regulatory environment and the need to ensure data privacy on patient information. The lack of general understanding of these techniques and a reluctance to be open to the utilization of the cloud means these… Read more »
Are actuaries underpaid? Is there a possibility you are overpaid and might not be able to afford to change jobs as a result? The great football coach, Bill Parcells said, “You are what your record says you are.” Here are a few ideas on how to figure out if you are under or over paid…. Read more »
Think you are underpaid? Is there a possibility you are overpaid and might not be able to change jobs as a result? The great football coach, Bill Parcells said, “You are what your record says you are.” Here are a few ideas on how to figure out if you are under or over paid. Salary… Read more »
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Austin Frakt of the New York Times recently published a terrific analysis of why drug costs are so high. Here is a summary of his main points. Frakt reported that U.S. spending on drugs tripled between 1997 and 2007. There was a slowdown from 2007 to 2013 but then drug costs shot up again. American… Read more »