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Growing Job-Market Niche Inside The Economic Decline: A Wysebridge Review
Date:1/3/2013

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) January 03, 2013

According to Forbes, “Intellectual property (IP) has become one of the most important resources in the 21st century.” IP-intensive industries accounted for about $5.06 trillion in value, or 34.8 percent of U.S. gross domestic product (GDP), in 2010, according to a 2012 study by the Economics & Statistics Administration and United States Patent and Trademark Office.

With this dramatic expansion in the IP and patent fields, comes an immediate demand for qualified individuals to review and analyze emerging IP trends as well as prepare and evaluate patents and patent applications. However, the majority of potentially qualified individuals don’t even realize they are missing this career opportunity.

“You don’t need a law degree to become registered to write, file, and analyze patents” says Bryan Doreian, President of Wysebridge Patent Bar Review. “In fact, typically what you need at minimum is a bachelors degree in one of the approved Science or Technology fields.” Most scientists and individuals, who don’t posses a law degree, are unaware of this opportunity to sit for the Patent Bar exam to be qualified to become a registered Patent Agent and meet the growing demands of this expanding job market field.

On average, only 1500 new Patent Agents and Attorneys enter the field each year. There are over 2000 job listings seeking Patent Agents and Attorneys, and over 6000 job listings seeking individuals with patent experience. The numbers don’t lie...there are more job listings than individuals qualified for those positions, and the market is continuing to grow.

“That’s why we decided to enter the market and offer a more focused, direct, and personal approach to study for the Patent Bar Exam,” says Bryan. “With the high demands on everyone, time and energy is precious. The individual
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