Biology Schools
In New York City, New York

There are 15 biology schools in New York City for faculty to choose from. The trends in New York City's biology academic community can be evaluated by looking at the statistics and graphs below, which includes biology training at the following levels:

  • Biology Certificate
  • Associates degree in Biology
  • Bachelors degree in Biology
  • Masters degree in Biology
  • PhD degree in Biology


Statistics

Professional Trends

New York City Vs. New York Biology Employment

New York City 2,440
New York 8,640

Exactly 2,440 of the 8,640 biology professionals employed in New York, work in New York City. The number of biology professionals in New York City has shrunk by 60% from 2006 to 2010. As the employment for biology professionals in New York City has decreased, overall employment in New York City has increased.

New York City Vs. New York Biology employment growth

7,020 12,910 9,290 10,740 8,640
6,110 3,470 2,490 4,040 2,440
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Grey: New York
  • Dark Yellow: New York City

Biology VS. All professions salaries in New York City

$59,042 $59,040 $64,220 $67,773 $66,035
$50,840 $52,790 $54,850 $56,250 $57,170
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Biology in New York City
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions in New York City

As the number of biology professionals in New York City has shrunk, salaries for biology professionals have increased. New York City biology professionals made $66,035 per year, on average, in 2010. Four years earlier in 2006, the average salary for biology professionals in New York City was $59,042 per year. The growth in the salary of biology professionals in New York City is slower than the salary trend for all careers in the city.

Salary percentiles for Biology professionals in New York City

10th percentile
$40,420
25th percentile
$49,135
50th percentile
$62,625
75th percentile
$78,342
90th percentile
$100,722

New York City biology professionals earn a median yearly salary of $62,625. The 10% of biology professionals in the lowest pay bracket earn less than $40,420 per year, while those in the highest pay bracket earn approximately 149% higher salaries.

Average Salaries for Biology professionals and related professions in New York City

Chemistry
$57,553
Biology
$66,035
Biochemistry
$74,737
Biomedical Engineering
$79,870
Physics
$120,020

On average biology professionals in New York City earn salaries that are lower than the salaries earned by other professionals in New York City.

Educational Trends

Biology schools in New York City

15

Many of New York City's biology professionals are graduates of one of the 15 accredited biology schools in the city.

Biology Programs Offered In New York City

associate
0
bachelor
12
master
20
doctor
15
Certificate
4
Total51

There are a total of 51 degree and certificate programs in biology offered by New York City's biology schools.

Student Completed Biology Degrees In New York City

associate
0
bachelor
442
master
278
doctor
120
Certificate
40
Total880

Approximately 880 students completed biology courses in 2010.

Biology Faculty Salaries in New York City, New York

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