The Kindle edition of Daniel Danielian’s “A-Z: How to Break into the Pharmaceutical Industry” is currently available for just $2.99. It’s a well-reviewed guide that provides advice for getting your start as a pharmaceutical sales representative. It’s a quick read, and the formatting on Kindle is a little wonky (but not in a way that affects readability) but it gives a really good overview of what a medical sales job is all about and what’s required to be a success. On the other hand, it’s not the right book to turn to if you’re looking for resume advice, as it basically starts with the assumption that you’ve managed to get an interview — which for some people is the toughest part of “breaking in”.
On the whole, I would say that the price is right for this solid little introduction to a pharmaceutical sales career.
Posted: August 10th, 2011 | Author: Headhunter | Filed under: Sales | Tags: book review, medical sales, pharmaceutical sales, Sales | 1 Comment »