Losing your job in the CR industry? 3 tips: Education, education, education

January 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Jan2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p6
This article presents tips on coping with a job loss and economic downturn without losing one's clinical research (CR) career. According to Janet F. Zimmerman of Drexel University's College of Nursing and Health Professions, there is a need for CR professionals to take advantage of their employer's continuing education benefits, study evenings and weekends for a degree that will make them more marketable as an employee. Particular focus is given to the importance of networking in this economy.


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