Tech professionals are increasingly seeking healthcare and pharma jobs, study finds

Katie Adams –
Friday, June 26th, 2020
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The survey, which was performed from May 21 and June 3, included 2,502 tech professionals in the U.S., the U.K., Germany, China and India. Here are a few of its noteworthy findings:.

Many tech professionals feel favorably about looking for new tasks in the healthcare and pharma industries amidst the pandemic, according to survey outcomes launched June 25 from Swiss drugmaker Novartis.

49 percent of respondents reported they would consider changing to the health care market.

49 percent of respondents reported they would think about changing to the pharma market.

48 percent of respondents mentioned the opportunity to fix real-world issues as a motivator to sign up with a new health-focused market.

49 percent of respondents mentioned the opportunity to enhance quality of care as an incentive to sign up with a new health-focused market.

49 percent of participants pointed out the chance to make systems more effective as an incentive to join a new health-focused industry.

52 percent of participants cited the opportunity to innovate through tech as an incentive to sign up with a brand-new health-focused industry.

72 percent of participants reported believing the health care industry has worked in dealing with the pandemic.

85 percent of participants reported believing that the application of data science has actually been essential to health cares COVID-19 response.

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