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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

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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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