Pharmaceutical staffing agencies uses all kinds of sources to find the right candidates.
Are you not convinced social media can be a viable tool to find your next job?
Just ask pharmaceutical staffing agencies! Social media is becoming an important tool in our hunt.
Staffers Are Using Facebook to Research Medical Information
According to a 2014 Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) report, 60% of pharmaceutical workers scan shared content weekly. And we know these these numbers are only growing. Do you have valuable info to share? Why not join the conversation and bring attention to yourself in the process?
Staffing Agencies Make Their Own Contributions
That same journal found that 45% of pharmaceutical staffing agencies also contribute their own knowledge at least once a week. These numbers have also gone up since 2014. Build a strong relationship with these agencies. Become a wealth of knowledge and a trusted source of information. Join the discussion and post about your own knowledge base.
Network Often On Social
A 2014 MedData Group study discovered that 56% of pharmaceutical staffing agencies use social media to network. They are creating accounts, building and growing business relationships. They share info about their specific areas. If you are not active on social media, you might be missing great chances to network and create connections.
LinkedIn is a Popular Hub for Agencies
In 2014, MedData Group found that most agencies prefer LinkedIn for social networking, followed closely by Facebook. Do you and your organization both have a LinkedIn profile? Is it polished and ready to go? You should check!
Physicians Use Social Networking to Connect with Others
36% of of doctors active on Twitter are reaching out to other doctors and medical recruiter accounts. They often use these people when researching a project. They use it when collaborating on new findings . This is an excellent opportunity for your business to reach out to these doctors.
Agencies Get Their News From Social Media
Many agencies are using social media sites to keep up with news items. They especially like ones in their niche, a MedData study discovered in 2014. When looking for news, Twitter is your best friend. Doe you create your own content such as news, patient info pages or reports on the latest healthcare trends? Use hashtags to share these on social network sites.