Life Scientists (all other)

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  • Member Engagement Specialist - CALIFORNIA LIFE SCIENCES ASSOCIATION - South San Francisco, CA

    Up to 10% Salary: $67,000-$75,000/yr About California Life Sciences California Life Sciences (CLS) is the state's most influential and impactful life sciences membership organization, advocating for ...

  • Life Sciences Associate Attorney - Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP - San Francisco, CA

    Life Sciences Associate Attorney Wilson Elser's San Francisco office is currently seeking a Life Sciences Associate Attorney. This is an excellent opportunity for litigation attorneys interested in ...

  • Scientist - MSAT Cell Culture & Purification Labs (AKTA FPLC exp.) - Randstad Life Sciences - Berkeley, CA

    Collaborates with development scientists and cross-functional team members * Organizes and analyzes ... Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) in a life sciences or related field. * Hands-on experience working (at ...

  • Director of Supply Chain - Kinovate Life Sciences, Inc. - Oceanside, CA

    The Director of Supply Chain leads the Supply Chain organization across Kinovate Life Sciences ' two sites in Oceanside, CA and Carlsbad, CA. The candidate will drive end-to-end supply chain ...

  • Manufacturing Technician - Randstad Life Sciences - Berkeley, CA

    Collaborates closely with biological development (BD) and Manufacturing Science and Technology ... Manufactures products in various phases of product life cycles from clinical thru launch. Clearly ...

  • Life Science Research Professional 3 - Stanford University - Stanford, CA

    Stanford University is seeking a Life Science Research Professional 3 to perform complex functions and activities involved in defined research projects, and independently conduct a major portion of ...

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What Life scientists Do

All life scientists not listed separately.

Life scientist Salaries

  • 2020 employment: 7,000
  • May 2021 median annual wage: $81,500

Job Outlook for Life scientists

Projected employment change, 2020-30:

  • Number of new jobs: 600
  • Growth rate: 8 percent (As fast as average)

How to Become a Life scientist

Education and training:

  • Typical entry-level education: Bachelor's degree
  • Work experience in a related occupation: None
  • Typical on-the-job training: None

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