Our 2020 Healthcare Communications salary and workforce insight survey found that across the sector the average salary for a male worker in the USA is 4.1% higher than the average female salary.
Our 2020 Healthcare Communications salary and Insight survey found that across the sector the average salary for a male worker in the UK is 9.1% higher than the average female salary.
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Average Salaries in the USA Healthcare Communications Industry
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The latest jobs outlook report from the UK Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) shows that despite low confidence levels in the economy, employers are still looking to recruit staff and Healthcare is the sector with the highest forecast demand.
Our 2019 Healthcare Communications Salary and Insight survey is a fantastic tool to help you to benchmark your salary against others in the industry. In this article we share the average UK salaries for medical writers, client service managers, editors and other roles featured in our report
Our 2019 Insight survey showed that not only are women are in the minority within data science and bioinformatics departments, they are also paid less - with the average female USA salary in data science 30% less than the average male salary. In an effort to attract an increased number of female applicants for roles within data science, we asked Tara Chiatovich to write a blog about her role as a Data Scientist and share what attracted her to a career in data.
It’s inevitable that at some point during a recruitment process you will receive details about the same candidate from two or more different agencies. While this situation can be a little awkward, there’s no obligation to choose the first one that lands in your inbox.