Robert in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania said: quite simply, it's the market.
with the economy going down, sponsor companies can't get capital, no capital, no studies... no studies means less CRAs are needed and there has been huge layoffs everywhere. your credentials are impressive, but you are going up against CRAs with 5 years monitoring experience. if you were an employer, what would use choose- the candidate with 5 years CRA exp. or the CRC with no monitoring experience?
i noted many typos/grammatical errors in your question- make sure your CV and letter have been proofread by a professional.
First of all I apologize for my spelling/grammatical errors (It was about 3-4 am when I wrote this topic). And, I really appreciate your comments and advices: THANK YOU.
You confirmed some information that I had/recession and the pool of experienced CRAs in the Job Market available for the next start up of the Pharmaceutical Industry/recession.
This is why I was asking my questions about what kind of strategies should I follow? May be should I wait and choose another moment to have my step on this Industry?
And if I wait, I will continue to work as a CRC: what can I do to be suitable as a CRA candidate? I can’t even be certified and take courses as CRA (SoCRA and ACRP) because I do not have previous experience as a CRA?
Correct me please if it is not true!