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Pharma finds balance

Despite negative public opinions and heavy demands, survey respondents indicate rising satisfaction and pride in their work.

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For the 15th consecutive year, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing readers have provided insightful feedback on their careers through our annual survey. We probe our readership to share their unfiltered thoughts in order to gauge both the financial and emotional health of their pharma careers. Their responses, placed in the context of current industry happenings, help us to piece together a bigger picture of pharma.Happy despite criticism A 2018 Gallup Industry Ratings Poll found that 53 percent of Americans have a negative view of the pharmaceutical industry; in fact, of the 25 different business sectors in the survey, only the federal government was held in lower esteem than…

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