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Report | Suburban Maryland/Washington DC Life Sciences Outlook - 2016

Summary

​Home to a number of large universities and intellectual resources from the federal government, the Suburban Maryland and Metro DC region has developed into a life sciences cluster.

 
That innovation has led the area to become the highest in regards to pay as well, with the average STEM salary now topping $100,000.

 
Washington DC and Northern Virginia continue to act as support clusters for life sciences activity in Maryland, as their proximate locations keep talent and funding flowing.

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