Medical and Pharmaceutical Sales: How to Land the Job of Your Dreams
by Nikki K. Kerzic

In-depth industry information from successful sales reps resume tips from:
  • Hiring managers and recruiters
  • Networking your way to the interview
  • Working with a recruiter
  • Typical compensation packages including salaries, bonuses, and benefits
  How to Design, Write, and Compile a Quality Brag Book
by Teena Rose

The resource you need to stand apart from other jobseekers, "wow" hiring managers, and secure more job offers.

Is a brag book worth the time applied to putting one together? Get the answer to this question and multiple others about brag books using How to Design, Write, and Compile a Quality Brag Book.
 
Pharmaceutical Landing How To Land The Pharmaceutical Sales Job You Want And Succeed In It!
by Frank A. Melfa

Pharmaceutical Landing is written by a current award-winning district manager for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals. It shows you what district  managers look for during the interview process, how to answer the toughest questions, and finally land the job you want. It also provides insight into the day-to-day responsibilities of a pharmaceutical sales rep. If you are either looking to land a job in pharmaceutical sales or trying to gain an advantage on the other 100,000 reps, then this book is for you!
 

3 Days To a Pharmaceutical Sales Job Interview
by: Lisa Lane

3 Days to a Pharmaceutical Sales Job Interview by pharmaceutical sales expert, Lisa Lane, is a powerhouse of information which has been touted by many as the "how to" book of breaking in to pharmaceutical sales. Readers of this step by step program will learn how to land interviews, impress managers, stand out from the crowd of applicants and start a career in pharmaceutical sales!

 
Cracking the Code to Pharmaceutical Sales
by Teena Rose

Cracking the Code to Pharmaceutical Sales Perfect package to help you create a dynamic resume, write an eye-catching cover letter, and target and land a job in pharmaceutical sales. The book author knows what she's talking about because she possesses a long history of getting jobseekers into the field ... thought you should know!
 

JOB HUNTING TOOLS



Designing a Cover Letter to "Wow" Hiring Personnel
by Teena Rose

Create a cover letter that catapults you ahead of all other jobseekers! Designing a Cover Letter to "Wow" Hiring Personnel contains 100+ cover letter examples, along with 50 cover letter tips and strategies for adding "wow" that will surely attract the attention of any hiring manager.
  Alternative Careers in Science: Leaving the Ivory Tower
by Cynthia Robbins-Roth

Alternatives to the lab or research institution for those with science degrees, including technical writing, publishing, science journalism, consulting, entrepreneurial business, patent agent, public policy analyst, and research funding administration. Identify the skills and personality types suited to each profession in addition to career expectations and salary potentials.

CareerXroads
by: Gerry Crispin and
Mark Mehler

Published yearly since 1996, CareerXroads is recognized as the authoritative review source for information about Internet recruitment sites.




How to Get Hired: Your Guide Through a Successful Job Interview
by Clarke and Ron Kates

Learn the tools necessary to be successful in an employment interview. Resume concepts, taking key words directly from job ads, and dealing with the interview process. A pocket reference guide and cassette are included.

175 High-Impact Cover Letters
by Richard H. Beatty Your cover letter determines whether employers decide to read your resume or move on to the next candidate. Learn cover-letter do's and don'ts as you explore the art of writing employer broadcast, search firm broadcast, advertising response, networking, cover, and resume letters.
 

How to Turn an Interview Into a Job
by Jeffrey G. Allen

How you handle the interview is almost all that matters when it comes to getting hired. All the groundwork, your resume and letters, phone calls, company research, and salary negotiation are all covered as preparation for the crucial meeting. Discover proven techniques capable of providing job applicants with confidence and a sense of power.

 
Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO)

Non-profit industry organization to support biotechnology and biotechnology education. Publications and other resources available.
 

Introduction to Bioinformatics
by TK Attwood and DJ Parry-Smith, Prentice Hall.

Recommended by Doctor John B. Spalding of The National Biotechnology Information Facility (NBIF)

Creating a Flexible Workplace: How to Select and Manage Alternative Work Options
by Barney Olmsted and Suzanne Smith

Please share this book with all human resources managers. Nine different options are covered in detail including compressed work week, job sharing, flexitime, flexiplace, and phased or partial retirement. Examine strategies for selecting the right plan, or plans, for your company along with introduction and management methods. Learn how a flexible workplace can improve productivity and lower costs, reduce downsizing demands, assist in clean-air regulations compliance, and increase employee morale. Comes with worksheets, cost analyses, sample policies, and updated statistics, resources, and case studies.

  The Dilbert Principle: A Cubicle's-Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads & Other Workplace Afflictions
by Scott Adams

Yes, it’s a no-holds-barred attack on ever-changing management trends, pointless bureaucracy, and sadistic rule-makers. BUT there are also valuable management lessons to be learned here. Adams dares to suggest that every company’s fundamental goal should be improving the effectiveness of their people or the quality of their product. The final chapter offers a model for would-be successful businesses to follow- OA5 (“Out at Five''). It's introduced with little fanfare, no outrageous promises and just the right amount of self-deprecation.

Jobs in the Drug Industry: A Career Guide for Chemists
by Richard J. Friary

A practical,detailed guidebook for job seekers in addition to being a reference work for faculty advisers, research supervisors, development officers, employment agents, and personnel managers in the industry.


 

Fundamentals of Regulatory Affairs
edited by Linda Nardone, PhD, RAC & the Review Committee

Covering the full range of regulatory requirements across product lines, this text is an invaluable reference tool for regulatory affairs, quality assurance, quality control, and compliance professionals.

  The Complete Guide to OSHA Compliance
by Cohen; Joel M. Peterson; Robert D.

Much needed help for frazzled safety professionals, industrial hygienists, and human resources personnel struggling to comply with the mountains of existing and up coming OSHA regulations.