These life sciences jobs could triple. Inside the big effort to train workers.
Philadelphia cell and gene therapy, and gene editing companies are preparing to add more than 1,100 new employees per year for the next decade. The sector now employs about 4,900 workers in the region but that number is expected to grow to more than 11,274 jobs in just 10 years.
With such a clear sight on the projected growth and the workforce needs that the industry will have, the region is in an all-out race to grow a sustainable workforce… and the strategy is working.
Life Sciences Talent Pipeline Collaborative
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