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If Massachusetts is to remain a world leader in the life sciences, it needs to meet the current and future demands for more skilled workers to fill this booming industry. According to a 2021 report issued by the Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation, the state can expect an additional 109,000 life science positions to need filling by 2024.

Looking at this number broadly, there is a critical need for a well-trained and diverse workforce for a wide range of entry and midlevel positions in the groundbreaking life sciences market. We see the solution for this challenge in reaching an untapped resource of diverse, qualified workers in our own backyard, as well as lowering the barriers to their recruitment into this high-paying and fascinating industry.

Read the full article in the Boston Business Journal.