The 12 Top Biotech Companies Hiring Now

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With the easing of the COVID-19 pandemic has come the Great Resignation, or the Great Reshuffle. Whatever catchy moniker you give it, employees have spent months in isolation, reassessing their priorities. According to BioSpace’s recent How to Attract and Retain Talent report, the top 3 factors motivating candidates to look for a new job are 1. Growth Opportunities, 2. Greater Compensation and 3. A New Challenge. And you’d better believe that these 12 top biotech employers want an opportunity to sell you on their employer value proposition. Read on to discover your next new challenge!

Top biotech companies hiring now 

We’ve pulled together a list of the top biotech companies making the biggest staffing pushes. We use data provided by our job board platform to identify the 12 companies with the highest activity on BioSpace.

Regeneron, Pfizer and Amgen took the top three spots this month, but there are plenty more companies hiring. Check out the full list of hot companies that are hiring now!

Top Biotech Companies Hiring Now  

Regeneron

Pfizer

Amgen

Moderna

AbbVie

CSL Behring

Resilience

Emergent BioSolutions

GRAIL

Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

Daiichi Sankyo

Penumbra, Inc.

Keep an eye on the recent recruitment trends to know the top biotech companies to work for in 2022.

Check out these additional hot companies: FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies, Medical Science & Computing (MSC), a Dovel company, and BioMarin

For more information on the industry's salaries, please check out BioSpace's 2021 U.S. Life Sciences Salary Report

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