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Hello! This is Vanessa Montanari from the clinical research blog.

Today I’m going to answer a question: « How do you get a job in a CRO or a lab when you don’t have a lot of experience, or any at all? »

So, unfortunately, in life, you have to start somewhere and you’re going to have to try, you have to apply, you have to network, you have to use Linkedin, you have to put all your chances aside by doing an internship that is interesting for labs or CROs. But, really the most important thing is that you really need to do an internship, ‘cause no experience at all, it’s going to be complicated. You have to do an internship because the CRO or even the lab doesn’t usually hire people with no experience, it’s quite rare.

So, you’re going to have to find an internship you have no choice, and then you’re going to have to do an CRA training if it hasn’t been done. That’s it, I don’t have anything else to tell you about that. You have to do an internship, you have to be at the same level as the other people who are going to apply and the other people have internships, so there you go, if you have a fixed-term contract it’s even better.

I also wanted to tell you that I am currently a certified coach and that I give advice for people who want to become a CRA, so if you need personalized advice, you need coaching to help you in your research or to evolve, you can contact me via the website and make an appointment with me. These are appointments that last 30 minutes to 1 hour where we will be able to review your difficulties, make an action plan, or even to help you reach your goal, so you can contact me via this website. If not, thank you to put I like at the bottom of the video if you liked this program.

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