MedReps has released its list of the best medical sales companies to work for in 2017!
This is an awesome survey based on the recent votes of medical sales reps. You’ll see which companies are considered great to work for and why they think so.
In addition to overall winners for 2017, MedReps breaks it down into:
What do you think?
Do you agree with the results?
Are any of these companies on your target list of employers to get a medical sales role with this year?
MedReps has a great article on biotech jobs–
- what salary you can expect in a small, medium, or large company
- what perks typically come with the job (cars, expense accounts and more)
- what benefits draw and keep people in biotech sales
Check it out for yourself: Perks of Biotech Sales Jobs–Travel, Benefits, Cars, and More
If you are new to medical sales check out my How to Get Into Medical Sales system.
If you are interviewing for a biotech sales job, make sure you get it by bringing a 30-60-90-Day Sales Plan to your interview.
MedReps.com has released its Biotech Sales Salary Report for 2014.
Biotechnology careers are big. They include a huge variety of job descriptions, including: clinical laboratory technologists, biomedical engineers, forensic scientists, medical scientists, biological scientists, and more. Everything that they use (products, equipment, tests, etc.) has to be understood and sold by biotech sales reps. This is a lucrative and interesting field with lots of growth potential.
MedReps’ salary report is a great place to start learning about biotech sales careers and whether or not you want to be in this role yourself.
If you are breaking into medical sales, or transitioning to a different area within medical sales, I invite you to come to my free webinar, How to Get Into Medical Sales.
In this webinar, I talk about critical things medical sales managers are looking for in candidates, so that you can get interviews and get hired faster, at great companies.
MedReps released its 2014 Pharmaceutical Sales Salary Report.
If you are interested in pharma sales, this is a great report for you, with lots of relevant information for anyone entering pharmaceutical sales.
As in anything else, if you specialize, you’ll make more money. The report says that specialty pharma reps (who call on medical specialists that treat less common diseases and conditions) make more money than traditional drug reps who call on general practice physicians.
Medreps.com has released its 2014 Medical Equipment Sales Salary Report.
Are you interested in capital sales? It’s one of the highest-paying fields in the medical arena.
If you are not familiar with it, capital sales processes are longer, more complex, and more expensive than other areas of medical sales. (See this video that explains capital sales.)
If you are interested in knowing what kind of travel is required, or what experience level earns how much money, check out this Capital Equipment / DME salary report from MedReps.
Get insider coaching on how to get a medical sales job with my free webinar: How to Get Into Medical Sales Webinar information here.
MedReps had released it’s 2014 Medical and Surgical Device Sales Salary Report, which says medical device salaries are up 5% over last year.
Medical device sales reps earn some of the highest salaries in the medical arena, but it is a tough field to break into.
Check out the salary report, and then read about how you can get a medical device sales job.
Check out MedReps Medical Sales Salary Report 2014!
According to this report, medical sales reps earn an average of $141,218. Actual salaries vary widely depending on a variety of factors:
- product sold (home health, pharmaceutical, laboratory / clinical diagnostic, capital equipment, medical device, surgical, healthcare IT and software)
- job title (inside sales, sales support, field sales, marketing, management, national accounts, and sales directors or VPs)
- years of experience
- amount of travel
- state / location
If you are getting into medical sales, this report is a need-to-know for a couple of reasons:
- If you are choosing between types of medical sales careers, it may be relevant for you to know that healthcare IT makes the most money of all categories (followed by medical device), or that the medical sales reps who earn the highest average salaries tend to travel about 50% of the time.
- You need to understand just how high the competition will be for these very lucrative jobs, and plan accordingly to bring your ‘A’ game to the job search and interview process.
I have put together a free webinar where I show you what you need to do to beat your competition and land the medical sales job you want (whether you have experience or you don’t).
Get more information about my How to Get Into Medical Sales webinar.