scientists hold about 91,300 jobs in the United States. In addition,
many biological scientists held biology faculty positions in colleges
and universities but are not included in these numbers. About 40 percent of all
biological scientists were employed by Federal, state, and local
governments. Federal biological scientists worked mainly for the U.S.
Departments of Agriculture, Interior, and Defense and for the National
Institutes of Health. Most of the rest worked in scientific research and
testing laboratories, the pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
industry, or educational institutions.
The following is a partial
list of employers of Biologists:
Note: Some resources in this section are provided by
JGPerpich, LLC and the US Department
of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.