Each week, Clinical Trials journalists explore movements in job postings that shed light on hiring trends in our sector. These job signals provide insights into where the leading companies are focusing their recruitment efforts, and why. We reveal the skills that are in high demand in the sector, and the themes driving current hiring patterns.  

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The recruitment landscape in the Pharma sector has been nothing short of dynamic over the last 90 days, with some global leaders making waves with their talent acquisition.

At the top is RWJ Barnabas Health Medical (BHM) Group, shattering records with a whooping 10,320 active job listings. This exemplifies the need for more healthcare professionals amidst increasing global health challenges.

Not far behind, Novartis AG and Eurofins Scientific have 5,429 and 5,266 active job openings, respectively. Novartis is particularly impressive having made 8,101 job postings and closed at a commendable 7,652, which demonstrates the company’s aggressive recruitment strategy and quick decision-making process.

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Although not as high-ranking as the first three, CSL deserves mention as they showcased strategic talent acquisition, a trend also observed with companies like Merck &Co, Pfizer and AstraZeneca. These giants maintain a steady stream of active jobs, demonstrating a likely relentless commitment to nurture talent.

Prime Healthcare Services and ICON reinforce their position in the industry as employers of choice. These recruitment efforts within the pharmaceutical industry highlight the robustness of the sector’s growing demands for professionals and increasing health needs. As the industry aims to address global health challenges, the surge in job openings offers aspiring pharma professionals a wealth of opportunities to pull their weight.