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MedComms Professionals Launch Q2 update of their Medical Communications Salary and Benefits Report

Following on from the Clinical Professionals Group highly successful and industry leading Life Science Salary Survey, MedComms Professionals has created a medical communications report on the salaries and benefits within the sector with the aim to update it every quarter. 

The report covers a variety of different roles within medical communications such as:

• Account Management

• Client Services

• Medical Writing

• Editing 

• Publication management

• Designers

Looking into the variety of salary ranges across job titles, years of experience and also takes a look at freelancer daily rates. 

The report also utilises our own industry knowledge in line with Medical Communication thought leaders to discuss the changes in the market and provide insight into specific job detail. 

Please click the link below to view the full report.

Medical Communications Salary and Benefits Report Q2 2019


“As a highly candidate focused industry, it can sometimes be difficult to gauge what is an average salary/rate for a particular role. The information gathered for these reports has been invaluable to us in being able to advise both candidates and clients on where they should sit compared to the rest of the industry.” Bryony Sutlieff – Senior Consultant - MedComms Professionals 

About MedComms Professionals

Medcomms Professionals are a specialist provider to the medical and healthcare communications sector so work across the following specialist markets:

• Medical Education

• PR

• Advertising

• Digital

MedComms Professionals also support some CROs who have medical communications departments and recruit into pharmaceutical/biotech companies for digital experts, publication planners/writers and senior medical communication/PR/public affairs roles.

MedComms Professionals offer a very different service due to specialising in each individual area and how they work with candidates on a one-to-one basis, building a relationship with them and ensuring they have a singular point of contact who is accountable for their job search and career development. They also have specialists working with each client, it is ensured that every consultant fully understands the brief and the key candidate criteria, before then each working together to find the best talent for the role as quickly as possible. In this way clients only get the most up-to-date and relevant candidates for the job roles.

MedComms Professionals are part of the Clinical Professionals group, who cover all areas of the Life Science industry and can assist with any staffing requirements.

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Last Updated: 19-Jul-2019