Philadelphia, PA, September 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Berke Executive Search explains that this is because Celgene, Gilead Sciences, Shire and other Mid-Level companies are better able balance their revenue and spending compared to their high- and low-level counterparts. Combined with the high cost of new drugs, their employees are able to generate higher amounts of sales.
Take for example Gilead Sciences, the best pharmaceutical firm on the list, “Gilead stands way ahead of its competition, with each of its 7,000 full-time employees accounting for the generation of massive $3.5m of 2014 revenue.” Part of the reason these numbers are so high is because Gilead is one of the providers of the new and expensive hepatitis C treatment drugs: Sovaldi and Harvoni.
High-level companies have a much harder time fine tuning their operations, are unable to adapt as quickly, and are beginning to suffer as we move forward. For example, the report also found that big biotech company Amgen, who used to hire many employees every year, is now cutting almost 3,000 jobs, closing facilities in Colorado and Washington, as well as auctioning off some of their assets.
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