Employment in California’s biomedical industry has remained fairly stable through the recession, according to a new industry study that also points to numerous challenges on the horizon for the sector.
The report yesterday from the La Jolla-based California Healthcare Institute says the biomedical work force shrank slightly in the 12 months through March 2009 but was still up by more than 1,000 jobs from 2007.
Altogether there were 272,181 jobs in areas that ranged from biopharmaceuticals and medical devices to academic research and laboratory services, according to the report. The industry employed 24,123 people in San Diego County.
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