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Career Supplement | Getting Past The Screens

By | June 20, 2005

With a computer program often a resumé's first reader, the inclusion of keywords to get you beyond such automated sentries has become a key part of effective resumé writing.And with any luck, a real person will eventually see your resumé, too. The one thing that's changed in today's world, thanks to electronics, is that it's no longer necessary to torture yourself with formatting and spacing, as long as your spelling and grammar are up to snuff.While fancy bond paper may not be so

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Career Supplement | Having A Life

By | June 20, 2005

Keith Miller, a 31-year-old supervisor of fill operations in the clinical production unit of Berlex, the US affiliate of Schering AG Germany, never imagined his nearly 2-year-old twins would end up in body casts.

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Career Supplement | Iain Webb

By | June 20, 2005

When Iain Webb left his job as medical director at Boston's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for Millennium Pharmaceuticals three and a half years ago, he found industry to be "a different world," he recalls.

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Career Supplement | Jamie Stacey

By | June 20, 2005

Jamie Stacey rises before dawn most days, and she and her 17-month-old son arrive at Abbott Laboratories' headquarters before 7:00 A.M.

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Career Supplement | Lori Klaman

By | June 20, 2005

For Lori Klaman, the fight against diabetes is a personal one.

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Career Supplement | Measuring Up

By | June 20, 2005

D are finding that a decades-old technique called performance management can produce dramatic results without adding costs.

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Career Supplement | Prescriptions Go Personal

By | June 20, 2005

After months of missed deadlines, the US Food and Drug Administration this March finally released its Guidance for Industry on when and how drug companies should submit genomics data, and how the agency will evaluate it.

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Career Supplement | The Ladder To Success

By | June 20, 2005

People working at large pharmaceutical firms will stand out from their colleagues if they stay on top of who's doing what at smaller firms, so their company can strike up joint ventures that fatten their early pipeline, suggests Tamara Zemlo, director of scientific and medical communications at the Science Advisory Board (see "Picking Up the Slack," page 11).

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Career Supplement | The View From The Top

By | June 20, 2005

D at a pharmaceutical company.

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Career Supplement | Thom Rowland

By | June 20, 2005

It's most definitely a career with a purpose," says Thom Rowland of his job at Marietta, Ga.-based Solvay Pharmaceuticals, where he's vice president of US commercial operations for Solvay's gastroenterology and women's health product lines.

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