“An expert is one who knows more and more about less and less until he knows absolutely everything about nothing.”


According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, professions in the field of clinical research are predicted to grow faster than the national average in the upcoming years. In fact, projected increases range from 13 to 23 percent, depending on the specific occupation.When you’re looking to pursue a career in clinical research, it’s essential to understand that, while rewarding, it isn’t a career for everyone because it requires a unique skill set that may not come naturally to many scientists.It’s a definite team sport that requires a combination of job specific abilities and soft skills on any given day. So while your scientific mind is definitely an important instrument that can help advance medicine, you’ll need to bring more abilities to the table to meet all of the requirements of today’s pressure-filled, team-oriented, clinical research projects Moreover, even if you have all of the required skills, you also need to use every resource at your disposal to gain the right kind of experience and keep landing jobs that match your career trajectory.


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