The life sciences industry in the United States employs more professionals than ever before and demand continues to grow. However, low unemployment in the life sciences sector means finding talent can be difficult, says a new report from CBRE.
The commercial real estate and investment firm’s report finds the number of people engaged in life sciences research “grew 79% between 2001-2021 compared with 8% growth for all U.S. occupations.”
In addition, there were a record 163,000+ U.S. graduates in biological and biomedical sciences in 2020, double the number just 15 years ago.
“The U.S. educational system continues to produce a record number of students with the skills to meet the demands of this sector and to fuel its ongoing growth, sustaining the U.S.’s position as a global leader in the life sciences industry,” finds CBRE.
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