Biotech job market warms in San Diego

Xconomy stuck its toe in the San Diego biotech waters and found that the job market appears to be heating up after a long chilly spell. Startups have begun to buzz about hiring, and layoffs appear to be tapering off, according to insiders. BayBio insists that employment in the state's life sciences industry has stayed flat--quite an achievement for the state. Overall unemployment in San Diego was 10.3 percent in November. Report

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