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What will aggregate-spending rules do to healthcare provider recruitment?

Pharmaceutical Commerce Magazine interviews The Agency Worldwide’s CEO Kim First & COO Jeff Appelbaum about the affects of the Physicians Sunshine Act.

Source: Nick Basta, Pharmaceutical Commerce Magazine. A potential unintended consequence of the Physicians Sunshine Act: Some job-candidate interviews will become a publicly accessible record [...].
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“Get out of your chair, be seen, to catch recruiters’ eye” (USA Today article)

The USA Today interviews The Agency’s Kim First on how to attract attention from a recruiter:

Source: USA Today, Andrea Kay, Gannett. While you’re sitting in front of your computer sending off your resume in response to ads — and likely not getting the time of day in return — employers are on the prowl [...].
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US companies are posting more jobs but filling few

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER, Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers have more job openings than at any other time in nearly five years. That’s in part because they seem in no hurry to fill them. And it helps explain why the job market remains tight [...].
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Lagging U.S. math, science skills forcing scientist recruiters overseas

MedAdNews Insider interviews The Agency Worldwide’s EVP Jeff Appelbaum about the search for scientific talent

By Mia Burns. Many reports have surfaced that show that students in the United States have fallen behind in math and science, when compared with children in other nations. But how does this tie in [...].
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Life Sciences Field Seeks Talent

Medcrunch interviews The Agency Worldwide President, Kim First, on the state of hiring within Life Sciences

Bloomberg News recently reported there are more than three million skilled jobs unfilled in the U.S. Kim First, head of a specialty search firm, concurs and says that regrettably she must now turn to foreign sources [...].
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Diversity Journal Investigates STEM Education for Women and URMs

Are college departments and faculty responsible for the lack of diversity in STEM?

Profiles in Diversity Journal says Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education, especially for Under-Represented Minorities (URMs), is a critical chokepoint [...].
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