Workforce Development

CSBI Workforce Development programs are focused on identifying the top high demand, future need occupations in industry.

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CSBI Co-Chairs


Liisa Bozinovic
Executive Director
Oregon Bioscience Association
liisa@OregonBio.org


Lori Lindburg
SVP, Innovation & Inclusion

California Life Sciences

Lori@CALifeSciences.org

2021 Life Sciences Workforce Trends Report

The Coalition of State Bioscience Institutes (CSBI) released the 2021 Life Sciences Workforce Trends Report June 2021 at the BIO Digital Convention. The report provides a national snapshot of the current and anticipated talent needs of the nation’s dynamic life science industry

View the full 2021 CSBI-TEconomy Workforce Trends Report.

Fall Webinar

Check back in September for information about upcoming webinars on the 2021 report. If you would like a reminder about these upcoming webinars, please fill out this short form here.
 

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WATCH: CSBI-TEConomy Life Science Workforce Trends Report: Continued Resilience Amidst a Global Pandemic, Adjusting to Remote Work, and Advancing a More Diverse and Inclusive Industry

After a year of pandemic-related innovation priorities, economic and workplace upheaval, and amidst a national social and racial justice movement, what has shifted in the industry’s priorities with respect to workforce and talent?  Join us to discuss the new Life Science Workforce Trends report issued by the Coalition of State Bioscience Institutes (CSBI) and TEConomy Partners, which leverages intelligence drawn from interviews with industry executives across the nation, a national Human Resources hiring survey, and real-time job postings analysis to frame key themes, challenges, and opportunities for the life science industry from a workforce and talent perspective.

 

  • Ryan Helwig, Principal & Project Director, TEConomy Partners

  • Lori Lindburg, SVP, Innovation & Inclusion, California Life Sciences

  • Peter Pellerito, MA, MSc, Senior Policy Adviser- Federal and State Economic Development, PMP Public Affairs Consulting

  • Russ Read, Executive Director, NCBW and Co- Principal Investigator InnovATEBIO