Archive for the Category ◊ Employment News ◊

• Monday, July 25th, 2016

MARLBOROUGH, Mass. – After a two-year wait, GE Healthcare opened a new 210,000 square-foot drug development facility in Massachusetts that the company says will employ more than 500 people when the precision medicine facility is operating at full capacity in 2017. The site is home to 40,000 square feet of laboratories supporting cell and immune […]

• Sunday, July 24th, 2016

Recently, Fortune magazine sorted through a list of 1,500 companies from the Fortune 1,000 and non-U.S. companies in its Global 500 database, ranking the Top 50 Most Admired Companies, from a list of the top 340 companies. BioSpace (DHX) then filtered that list of 340, focusing on the top eight pharmaceutical companies. Fortune and its […]

• Saturday, July 23rd, 2016

Life sciences careers marry many desirable factors: attractive salaries, exciting locations and often the workplace satisfaction of knowing you’re making a positive impact on the future of healthcare. Indeed, if you’ve decided to major in one of the in-demand STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields, you’re likely on the fast track to a rewarding […]

• Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

From  What is the average medical equipment sales salary? What is the average medical equipment sales salary? According to the 2016 Medical Equipment Sales Salary Report, capital and durable medical equipment sales professionals earn an average total income of $152,199, with an average base of $81,840 (Median Base $65,000, Median Total $135,000). Average medical […]

• Thursday, February 19th, 2015

U.S. employers came out swinging in the New Year with a strong January 2015 jobs report. The U.S. economy added 257,000 jobs in January — more than economists had been expecting — and there were also a few other positive surprises sprinkled throughout the report. Here are a few headlines so you can get a sense of the […]

• Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Companies plan to hire more IT staff in the year ahead, and pay them bigger salaries, too. For the computer science class of 2014, the outlook is sunny. (Seen on FORTUNE — Dear Annie: I read your column about how women can get ahead in the information technology field, so I’m curious. What advice have you got for […]

• Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Who did the hiring in 2013 and what they pay Some 2.1 million jobs created, but many pay far less than average U.S. wage     Here’s the good news. The U.S. added more than 2.1 million jobs in 2013 for the third straight year, the best stretch since 2004 to 2006. Now the not-so-good […]

• Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Arkay Career Services is conducting a 2 months survey to examine the 2012 employment trends within the medical device industry. We will conclude the poll in November and share with you the results. Please help us spread the word, the more votes we have the more accurate the results will be. Voting is completely confidential […]

• Friday, October 07th, 2011

By Chris Isidore @CNNMoney October 7, 2011 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Hiring was stronger than expected in September, a rare piece of good news amid growing worries of a weakening U.S. economy. Employers added 103,000 jobs in the month, the Labor Department reported Friday. And July and August were both revised higher, showing an additional gain of […]

• Tuesday, September 06th, 2011

Provided by by Martha Craver and Michael DeSenne Believe it or not, even with the unemployment rate stubbornly high and many industries reluctant to staff up, there are employers out there who still can’t find enough qualified applicants. Some are offering six-figure salaries to the right job seekers. The trick, of course, is unearthing these […]