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Salary survey 2005

According to Pharmaceutical Marketingís annual salary survey, as pharma marketers youíll be glad to know that you are all earning more than you were 12 months ago

Success is bittersweet

According to Pharmaceutical Marketing's annual salary survey, as pharma marketers you'll be glad to know that you are all earning more than you were 12 months ago
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Careers in Pharmaceutical Marketing

When it comes to moving between companies, on average respondents have worked for 1.7 companies in the last five years
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International business Experience

To gain a better understanding of the breadth of experience in the pharmaceutical market we asked whether you had spent time working in European or international markets
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The benefits package
Private healthcare cover is the most common benefit; almost nine in 10 of you get healthcare cover as part of your package
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Work-life balance
Three quarters of all who took part in the survey have between 25 and 29 days' holiday, while a fifth are less fortunate having only 20 to 24 days holiday
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The Author
The 2005 Pharmaceutical Marketing salary survey was compiled, analysed and written by Heather Pollitt, director of healthcare at ICM Research

2nd September 2008

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