Studies and Surveys of Georgia’s Life Sciences Industry

Shaping infinity – Annual Georgia Industry Survey

The 2011 Shaping Infinity, the Georgia Life Sciences Industry Analysis, shows bioscience employment remained steady through the worst years of the Great Recession, earning it a description as “recession resistant,” while the economic impact of the industry actually increased substantially, jumping 22% over the past two years.

The report is the fifth in a series produced by the Selig Center for Economic Growth and Director Jeffrey Humphreys, Ph.D. The 2011 report shows the life sciences industry and university research, plus the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, have a $23 billion annual economic impact on Georgia and employ more than 105,000 people. The industry’s impact alone is nearly $20 billion, employing more than 75,000 people in high-paying, rewarding careers. Learn more at

Georgia Bio's Searchable Database of Georgia Companies - Searchable database by focus area Click here to learn more.

Bioscience Workforce Educational Needs: Supply and Demand in Georgia 2008

A Study of the Workforce Training Needs for the Agribusiness Indusrty in Georgia

BIO's State Bioscience Initiatives 2008

BIO's Guide to Biotechnology 2008

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