About Sollers

Sollers is a graduate school located in New Jersey, specializing in clinical research, drug safety and pharmacovigilance training.

Our graduate certificate and masters programs cover a wide range of subjects tailored to this fast growing industry, and our graduates go on to highly successful careers in the pharmaceuticals industry and healthcare industries.

  • HOURS
  • Monday - Thursday | 10 AM - 7 PM
  • Friday | 12 PM - Midnight
  • Saturday | 12 PM - Midnight
  • Sunday | Closed
  • OPEN 24/7 - sollers.edu
    • PHONE
    • (848) 299-5900
    • Location
    • 100 Menlo Park, Suite 550
      Edison New Jersey 08837 -2488

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Preparing For The Hiring Trends of 2019

Posted by Kyle Grappone on Oct 9, 2018 12:14:54 PM

October has arrived! This means fall, pumpkin picking, Halloween and the beginning of Q4 of the 2018 work year. Ready or not, this year is rapidly coming to a close and 2019 will soon be upon us. While some blogs may wait until December to start talking about 2019, the Sollers Buzz is, as always, thinking about ways to prepare you for the jobs of the future. That is why this week, we are examining a fascinating report that came out of Capitol Communicator’s Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit last week. The summit hosted a panel of recruitment experts who all shared their thoughts on hiring trends we will be seeing in 2019.

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Topics: java, SAS Analytics, certificate program, Big Data Analytics, ISA, career advice, careers, Information Security, Data Analysis

Your Future in Java

Posted by Kyle Grappone on Sep 25, 2018 2:18:02 PM

The Sollers Buzz blog is designed to keep you in the know regarding the jobs of the future. We pride ourselves in having our thumb on the pulse of the Information Technology industry, and in turn, offering content and courses you need to make informed choices about your job, career, and future. Today, we cover the in-demand skill of Java. What it is, why it’s useful, and the career tracks and salaries associated with it.

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Topics: java, career advice