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Tips for finding Healthcare Freelancer Jobs

Nowadays many agencies work with Healthcare Freelancers who are looking to find new projects and new client accounts to work on.  They work with Freelancers employment over the full gamut of communica...

Nowadays many agencies work with Healthcare Freelancers who are looking to find new projects and new client accounts to work on.  They work with Freelancers employment over the full gamut of communications positions in every discipline including Medical Communications / Medical Education, Healthcare Public Relations, Healthcare Advertising and Pharmaceutical Market Research.
The Freelancers usually have a pharmaceutical industry or healthcare communications agency background and have decided to step back from full time employment to market their services on a freelance / contract basis.
There are many advantages to working as a freelancer but also some drawbacks too.  On the plus side you get to be your own boss and with this, come the flexibility of deciding when and how much time you want to be working. This enhances the work life balance and allows a greater degree of freedom to pursue other personal interests or family commitments.
It also allows you to pick and chose the types of work that you would like to be involved with and allows you to concentrate on areas of special interest or work on many different types of project. You are also in a position to set your own fees for services, to ensure you are satisfactorily rewarded for the type of work you undertake.
These are all great benefits of working as a freelancer and why many people have followed as a career path, but there are some other factors to consider. One of the main concerns of Freelancers tends to be amount and continuity of work available; sometimes it can seem a little ‘feast and famine’ although there are also other factors to consider. Often freelancers work from home and working alone will not be the ideal environment for everyone. Some people will quickly miss the buzz and the banter of the office environment. This can lead to a reduced level of motivation which can affect productivity levels.
For those that do take the plunge and who enjoy the freedom and flexibility that freelancing offers, there are often similar challenges to face. Many freelancers will have a relatively small and intimate client base from which the majority of their work comes. This situation can become an issue when circumstances change and suddenly the work dries up – the freelancer may then find themselves without work and not having been actively pursuing new opportunities, starting from scratch with new clients. 
This is where a recruitment agency can come in useful. Not only will they have a number of freelance positions available at any given time but they can also offer the benefit of promotion via their Freelancers Pages, a free of charge ‘shop front’ for the people looking for healthcare freelancer jobs. Here you can join a freelance healthcare community and promote your services via an online profile. This service allows you to display your availability and so can be turned on and turned off in time with the rhythm of your working pattern. This can become and extension to your marketing activities and a handy tool when looking for new projects.
ID Search & Selection is a recruitment agency focussed on providing marketing professionals for the medical communications industry. They work with Pharmaceutical Companies, Medical Communications Agencies, Not for Profit Agencies and CharitiesArticle Search, and constantly help in recruiting people for healthcare freelancer jobs.

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