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Default Finding it difficult to get residency?

There are other exciting and lucrative options available for Med students, nurses, and pharmacists! Sollers institute helps train people who don't get residency and guides them towards rewarding careers in the health care industry. People with a healthcare background who want to enter into a high demand career where advancement and growth is always possible then Pharmacovigilance or Clinical Research are the right way to go.

Study in class or attend sessions live online for approximately 20 hours a week for 15 weeks.

Sollers is an accredited institute by the Council on Occupational Education. Placement rates are above 70% and some of the organizations Sollers graduates have been placed in include: Pfizer, Novartis, Sanofi, Baxter, Boehringer Ingelheim, Astra Zeneca, Celerion, Columbia University Medical Center, and many more!

Professionals working with backgrounds in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, life sciences, and health sciences will benefit the most from these programs.

What gives Sollers the edge is hands on training with software's like Oracle and Argus. Sollers is the only place globally which gives its students the access to train with Argus. We are also partners with Oracle University.

Pharmacovigilance (Drug Safety) is a market expected to reach USD 5.51 billion by 2020. There is a huge demand for trained professionals in the field! Which is why entry level positions are paying generously. Some of our previous students have entered into the field making 70-100 k right away and have also seen career and pay growth in their careers.

With more and more novel drugs being produced with large market sizes, an increasing number of expertly trained professionals are required to monitor these drugs and report adverse activities to meet international compliance and regulatory guidelines. Sollers programs meet those high demands!

After just a 15 week course you will walk away with a core knowledge of pharmacovigilance and drug safety, including conceptual and practical application of theories and tools used by the industry.

Another option is Clinical Research which is ranked as one of the hottest jobs with the second highest salary in the life sciences sector. Increasing chronic diseases and a fast-ageing population globally has resulted not only in higher investment into registered clinical trials by pharma companies, but also increasing demand for trained professionals.

Clinical research is suitable for anyone with a minimum undergraduate degree in life-sciences or related fields, who is looking for exciting career and growth in the healthcare industry.

If you or anyone you know wants to get into the healthcare industry and can benefit from this program then pass on this information.

Email or reach a Sollers representative at 331-999-0061 and mention seeing our post on this forum.

Don't waste your time, and don't give up hope on achieving a well respected and high paying career. Make almost as much as most doctors and settle into a more relaxed and rewarding field!

Best of luck!

Jasmine Sethi
Sollers Representative

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