If you are interested in a career in device sales, or medical sales overall, consider these highly regarded firms.
Johnson & Johnson just announced that it will let go 4%-6% of its device workforce - which most likely includes medical sales positions - but the diversified conglomerate still comes out as a winner when it comes to best medical device firms to work in medical sales.
The 5th annual survey from MedReps brought responses from more than 1,400 responses and they overwhelmingly chose Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic and Stryker as the best places to work for in medical sales. Specifically for device firms, sales professionals added Intuitive Surgical and AccuVein to the list.
In tems of the quality that makes an employer worth working for, 52% said that a strong product line when evaluating top medical sales companies. But in terms of values, sales employees prefer a company which rewards its workers - 66% said competitive compensation is the most important factor in corporate culture and employee growth.
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