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24 days ago

Medical Science Liaison- Companion Diagnostics

Myriad Genetics Chicago, IL

Clinical Knowledge: Chemotherapy treatment options for breast, ovarian and pancreatic cancer, pharmacologic basis and clinical studies of PARP… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Associate Director of Sales & Marketing - Strategic Accounts

Myriad Genetics Chicago, IL

* Coach Strategic Account Managers (SAM) to exceed quota on targeted accounts * Develop marketing strategies and implementation tactics * Ownership… Glassdoor

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Myriad Genetics President, CEO, and Director Peter D. Meldrum
Peter D. Meldrum
29 Ratings

    Dead-End Job with no promotion ability, may just be my field

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    I have been working at Myriad Genetics full-time (more than an year)


    Decent benefits, good hours, the company itself does a good thing for society


    I was told upon being hired that I could move up/move to the Marketing Department after 9 months if they happened to be hiring in Marketing at that time. I took this job basically right out of college with little real world experience, but needed the money, so I shot my chances of getting Marketing experience with the hopes I could transfer after 9 months. 2 years later, HR offers no real help other than to "keep checking the job postings" and does not hire Marketing employees from within. They hire Marketing people with experience. I basically need to start over so I can get on a career path that doesn't limit me to $35 K a year and is actually in the field I want to go into.

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    Actually engage with your employees who are looking to build a career with Myriad. I don't want to leave, but you forced me out. I was overqualified when you hired me, you should have just been straight with me and told me that I can't move up without real-world experience, and that my qualifications alone wouldn't be enough for me to move up.

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