A growing number of account handling professionals within healthcare communications are working on a freelance or contract basis. Find out the three main reasons why, and what the benefits are of working on contact.
The two biggest winners at the Paramount Recruitment sponsored casino at the Communique awards in June were delighted to receive their prizes this week.
Dan Clifton, Managing Director of Paramount Recruitment, presented the key findings of the Healthcare Communications Salary survey and workforce insight report to the July meeting of the MedComms networking group.
The 2018 Healthcare Communication Salary and Workforce Insight Report has been launched today and enables companies and candidates in the sector to benchmark salaries and identify key trends within the specialist Healthcare Communications market.
We have had an excellent level of response to the Healthcare Communications Salary and workforce insight survey 2018. Nearly 300 healthcare comms professionals have completed the survey to date. The survey closes next week so please spare 10 minutes to take part and ensure that you can benchmark your salary versus the industry.
Jade Page joined Paramount Recruitment in 2011 and, after 5 successful years, she was awarded a sabbatical to allow her to travel and experience the world. She has travelled across India, throughout South East Asia, to Fiji and New Zealand before settling in Australia. She is now working from Perth, WA, on international recruitment within bioinformatics for Paramount before returning to the UK in May. She tells us about her travels and shares how the sabbatical has improved her confidence and awareness.
The UK’s position as a world leader within the global Genomics industry could be under threat thanks to Brexit uncertainties about the future working status of EU nationals in this country. Research by Front Line Genomics and Paramount Recruitment shows that 26% of the current UK Genomics workforce are nationals of other EU countries, and this percentage has dropped by 3% since the Brexit vote
The average salary for a male worker in the UK Genomics sector is 26.8% higher than the average female salary. This gender pay gap is higher than that in the USA where males earn 19% more than females and in the average of all other countries in the survey where the gap is 12.7%