People who are working in clinical industry have benefits to easily stay in their role and they should stay in the same role because it’s very hard to learn a different role when changing position. They have to go through the training period that can take couple of months until they get used to it.
Changing positions is also frustrating for someone who is experienced and perform his tasks well and the new person will ask queries and take more time to complete tasks because he don’t know anything about the protocols and this will delay the studies.
This period of time when you change your role is very tiresome because it takes extra time to learn new role, months of training and to understand the protocols required to run the studies. In other companies with another role, there can be new systems and software to learn and to navigate them.
Changing position helps people to build their network and they also learn about working in a team. This helps in cases where references are required in order to get back to the same role.
It is okay to change the role and the positions when people get bored of one role and want to learn new ideas, new research works and want to work with new people and on new studies.