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The MedZilla Report for January 2012

An employment report I wrote. It may only be relevant to you if you care about employment or healthcare. I generally don’t do these anymore, but I was asked to fill in this month. The MedZilla Report for January 2012

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The Medzilla Report for July 2011

The first half of 2011 closed out with several small layoffs and a slight reduction in new jobs created in health care, and although only one major domestic job cut was announced in June, there was plenty of troubling employment … Continue reading

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The Medzilla Report for May 2011

Despite generally good news on the employment front in the U.S., the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in April that the nation’s unemployment rate increased to nine percent. They noted that of the 244,000 new jobs created, 37,000 of them … Continue reading

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The MedZilla Report for April 2011

An employment report I write monthly for MedZilla.com was reprinted by sfgate.com (the online arm of the San Francisco Chronicle). They’ve been doing this for months now; one would think I’d call attention to it. The MedZilla Report for April … Continue reading

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The MedZilla Report

Since October 2007, I have written The MedZilla Report, a monthly overview of job trends in the health care and pharmaceutical industries. It is usually released between the 5th and 15th of the month. The MedZilla Report

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Working with Third-Party Recruiters

In the past, when jobs were a buyer’s market, third-party recruiters weren’t looked upon too fondly. But as I wrote for MedZilla.com, now that jobs are hard to come by, recruiters can provide a distinct advantage. Working with Third-Party Recruiters

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