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2023 Annual Economic Report (Fiscal Year 2022)

Research funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) saves lives, improves health, and offers hope to people the world-over affected by disease. This research funding also has a positive economic impact across the United States.

For each of the past several years, UMR has commissioned an analysis of jobs and economic activity supported by NIH research funding in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. According to UMR’s latest report, NIH research funding supported 568,585 jobs and generated $96.84 billion in economic activity in Fiscal Year 2022 — or $2.64 of economic activity for every $1 of research funding.

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