Biotechnology employment opportunities in Canada

October 26, 2012 at 12:59 pm Leave a comment

Working in Biotechnology in Canada

Canada is a world leader in biotechnology. We have an excellent research network, including hospitals, universities, government laboratories and private companies. Over the past twenty years, the Canadian economy has experiences a 77.2% growth in the number of biotechnology companies.

Most biotechnology companies in Canada are small to medium-sized businesses that are cross-sectoral and interdisciplinary. These companies may be involved in various stages of product development, including research, clinical and regulatory trials, production and marketing.

The biotechnology sector offers a wide variety of career opportunities in areas such as:

  • Agriculture
  • Biosciences
  • Environment
  • Genomics
  • Health Sciences
  • Industrial Applications
  • Life Sciences
  • Natural Resources
  • Nanotechnology

Click here for current jobs in Toronto.

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