2017 Pharma sector expected to see double digit growth

Indian pharma sector is expected to see double digit growth in 2017 as health awareness improves and life spans increase. Drug makers and hospitals are expected to see upward trend in hiring across roles ,looking to recruit for the roles such as diagnostics and administration. Growth in lifestyle and non communicable diseases demand more healthcare professionals and creating more jobs and vacancies in pharma sector. Experts believe that the growth in the pharma sector about to create 10% more jobs in 2017. Recruitment firms predicted that thousands of job vacancies are available in pharma for freshers across job roles. The rise in collaboration between Indian and global pharma companies will help to improve innovation and scale which resulted in growth in recruitment and eliminate layoffs.

Pharma sector expected to see double digit growth in 2017

Jobs creation in Pharma sector :

Apollo hospital is looking for experienced talent for specialized roles in medical care, including doctors, nursing staff and allied health professionals. They are looking to add 20000 employees to its current team of 70000 people. Search for the current openings for pharma jobs to find the latest openings in Apollo hospitals. Attend walk-ins to get shortlisted for most demanding pharma jobs in the industry.

Drug maker Novartis is also looking to hire for mid level and senior level roles in 2017 to address the growing needs of the organization. More job vacancies are expected to create in pharma across areas such as market access, patient support and key account management. Bio Pharma Company Biocon is hiring for senior level roles in the clinical and non-clinical space as the rise in quality jobs will demand expansion of its capacity over the next couple of years. While the growth in demand for medicine and other health care products in India helped to grow pharma industry over the years. Companies are utilizing this opportunity to expand their businesses which will automatically creating jobs in Pharma across functional areas such sales and marketing. According to a recent study Indian pharmaceutical market expanded to $36.7 billion in 2016 from $6 billion in 2005 and is expected to reach $55 billion by 2020.

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