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Employment Outlook for Science Professionals

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Employment Outlook for Science Professionals

  1. 1. Job projections for science through 2024: 13% growth 135,829 new jobs will be available for science professionals Top 10 occupations Growth forecast for science professionals: Medical/clinical laboratory technologists +21,283 Clinical research/medical scientists +15,500 Environmental scientists/specialists +14,623 (including health) Biological technicians +9,611 Chemists +7,893 Geoscientists (excluding hydrologists/geographers) +7,699 Chemical technicians +7,605 Life/physical/social science technicians; all others +7,136 Environmental science/protection technicians +6,492 (including health) Biochemists and biophysicists +5,330 Top 10 locations These U.S. metropolitan areas will have the greatest demand for science professionals: To discover a world of opportunities in science, visit kellyservices.us/sciencecareers today. employment outlook for science professionals The demand for science talent is growing rapidly—coinciding with the evolution of cutting-edge technologies across all scientific segments. The need for science professionals is largely fueled by the changing world around us, including matters such as global healthcare reform, thirst for innovation and development, and global improvements of living standards. Career opportunities will continue to flourish for science professionals throughout the next decade as the world continues to evolve, particularly in the areas of regulation, safety, quality, development, law, global resource management, and data analytics. 40% more Job posting trends suggest demand for science professionals is 40 percent higher than for all other occupations. Source: Talent Market Analyst™ is a powerful resource from Kelly®, built in partnership with Economic Modeling Specialists International®, a CareerBuilder® company. Kelly Scientific Resources® is a registered trademark of Kelly Services All other trademarks are property of their respective owners An Equal Opportunity Employer © 2014 Kelly Services, Inc. Z1060 Boston; Cambridge, MA; Newton, NH +6,833 San Francisco; Oakland; Hayward, CA +5,858 Houston; The Woodlands; Sugar Land, TX +5,275 San Diego; Carlsbad, CA +5,208 Los Angeles; Long Beach; Anaheim, CA +4,723 Dallas; Fort Worth; Arlington, TX +3,644 Washington, D.C.; Arlington, VA; Alexandria, VA +3,596 Denver; Aurora; Lakewood, CO +2,931 Phoenix; Mesa; Scottsdale, AZ +2,615 Philadelphia, PA; Camden, NJ; Wilmington, DE +2,195 Top salaries The highest annual earnings for science professionals are for these occupations: Natural sciences managers Physicists Geoscientists (excluding hydrologists and geographers) Physical scientists; all others Materials scientists kellyservices.us/sciencecareers $66,000 annually The median income for science professionals is approximately $66,000—compared to $42,000 for all general occupations. $122,033 $111,737 $97,468 $92,747 $90,708 2024

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