The 2023 Employment Outlook Report is here!
MassBioEd analyzes employment statistics and hiring demand in the life sciences for the purpose of forecasting job trends, identifying skills required for in-demand jobs, highlighting best practices in education and training programs, and serving as an effective guide on the talent and workforce needs for the industry. MassBioEd’s annual Life Sciences Employment Outlook Report highlights the current trends in hiring.
Read more about some of the Outlook’s findings in the news:
State House News Services, May 31, 2023, Michael P. Norton and Chris Lisinksi | Report forecasts 42,000 new life sciences jobs by 2032
Boston Business Journal, May 31, 2023, Rowan Walrath | Massachusetts life sciences industry to gain 42K new jobs in next decade
The Boston Globe, May 31, 2023, Robert Weisman | Mass. saw a 14.6 percent increase in life sciences jobs during pandemic
WCVB, May 31, 2023 | Report forecasts 42,000 new life sciences jobs by 2032 in Massachusetts
Worcester Business Journal, May 31, 2023, Isabel Tehan | MassBioEd: More workers needed for 42K new life sciences jobs coming by 2032
WBUR Morning Edition, May 31, 2023, Zeninjor Enwemeka | Mass. life sciences sector has lots of jobs, but not enough workers to fill them
“Thank you for making this employment report available to me. I hope to use the findings to better align our school’s graduate program curricula to the skill sets and positions you identified as in-demand.”Joseph P. McManus, Executive Associate Dean, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University
Life Sciences Workforce Conference
The Annual Life Sciences Workforce Conference focuses on meeting hiring needs and how industry, government, and academia can work together to build the best life sciences workforce in the years ahead. Each year, the Employment Outlook is released at the Conference. Learn more here.