No Mirage: Study Author Explains Support For Betting On Bio in Northern Arizona | GenomeWeb
Northern Arizona’s life-science industry grew by nearly 20 percent between 2001 and 2005, more than three times the national average for all sectors during that period, according to results of a recent study by Battelle Memorial Institute.
The study also found that the sector’s average annual salary in the state was $45,000, compared to an overall private-sector average of $27,000.

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