Illinois Sees Biotech as Key to Job Growth

Business of Biotech

For every job created in the biotech industry, up to five additional jobs are created to build research facilities; maintain laboratory and computer equipment; supply laboratory and office equipment, and provide basic services to even the most modest biotechnology facilities.

David Miller of the Illinois Biotechnology Industry Organization is well aware of the above statistic. He shared his views on the challenges and payoffs tied to establishing Chicago as a high-tech employment hub earlier this month at conference held at Northwestern University.

Read more about this conference here.
Learn more about BIO’s State Legislative Best Practices in Support of Bioscience Industry Development.

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