iHireBiotechnology is entirely focused on uncovering biotechnology jobs as well as facilitating hiring in this sector. This encompasses positions for biologists, chemists, biomedical engineers, microbiologists, pharmacists, lab technicians, medical writers, biostatisticians, clinical trial managers, sales representatives, product managers, chemical engineers, field service technicians, and directors (ex: business development, clinical operations, product development, medical) as well as roles with clinical (ex: coordinators, data managers, project managers), research (ex: directors, research associates/scientists, clinical research associates/scientists), marketing (ex: analysts, researchers, directors/managers), and quality assurance/regulation (ex: directors, managers, compliance specialists, QA specialists) concentrations.
As biological research grows and new technologies are created, job opportunities in the biotechnology field will continue to develop. The employment outlook between 2014 and 2024 predicts a 3.7% increase for biological scientists overall, and an 8% rise for biochemists and biophysicists. States with the highest concentrations of biotechnology opportunities are Massachusetts, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, and North Carolina.