As early as possible i would like to know what are possible duties of biomedical engineer, so i can measure and evaluate if i can do it. based on my ability and talents.
Thanks in advance for your comments and suggestions.
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I want to become a biomedical engineer. I plan on going to cal poly in san luis obispo to get a degree in bio engineering and i need to decide what i need to do from there. And what is the pay like?
What does one have to do to become a genetic engineer at a top institution/to work in a top research setting? What educational background do you need to have before you can get such a position? (only serious answers please)
What majors out there can provide you a job with just a bachelors degree? When I ask this question, I want to know about majors that pay a salary that is worthy. By worthy I mean, around 50k plus.
What other majors can provide you with great career? Any experiences are helpful.
I want to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Florida. However, i am unsure about its prestige. can you please tell me it's prestige, ranking, perks of going to the University of Florida over Ivy league schools and other colleges, and can i get my doctorate there? would it be worth my time to get my doctorate? 10 points to whoever has best answer!
I am going to major in Biology because that is something that has interested me for a long time, what worries me is that there aren't any good jobs. What can I do with a BS in biology and what would I get paid right after graduation?
If possible I would want a career that pays at least $48,000 a year.
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I will graduate soon with a BS in Psychology. What is a job that I can get and what will the pay be? I plan on going to law school but I will have one year between undergrad and law school in which I will need a job.
Also, I have a DUI from my teenage years, can I still find a job? I am really depressed about my DUI.
Tell me what kinds of jobs I can get.
Thats my current major, it is something that I am really interested in, just wondering what the daily job routine is like, or how difficult the major was to complete.
I'm planning to be a biomedical engineer but not sure if the engineering field is what I want
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I'm going into Highschool this year, and a lot of stress is being put on planning for our futures. At the moment, I am planning on majoring in Psychology or something similar in college, and I was wondering what sort of jobs would be available for someone with a degree in that field.
Obviously, a psychologist is an option. But what about things that aren't normally associated with Psychology? For instance, could one become a teacher with a Psy. Degree? If you don't mind, could people share with the the different fields one could enter with a decent (4-8 year) Psychology degree?
Also, are there other majors similar to psychology?
Please and thank you, much love, people!
What kind of jobs should I work to gain applicable experience? I've been doing call-center jobs for awhile now, but somehow, I don't think being skilled at selling whozididdles is going to help me land a job as a highschool counselor.
How hard is it to find a job after graduation? And do you need a phd for civil enginering?
To be honest I'm looking for a career with a good job outlook and good pay. But after meeting a father of a medical student today, I told him I wanted to be a doctor because my dad wants me to but he told me I probably won't be a medical student. Why not? I have good grades (4 A's and a B), about to shadow my family physician, start my own club and get into research.
I intend to join the military after my major, and wish to major in either biomedical engineering or aerospace engineering. What is the job outlook of biomedical engineering?
I'm a Junior in High school, and I always change my mind on exactly what I want to be.
I've gone from a lawyer, to a psychologist, to a Clinical Psychologist to a teacher to a Film Editor.
I'm all over the place right?
please help! much appreciated, thank you! :)
All ideas are great!
I am currently considering going into this field and I was wondering if there are any clinical laboratory scientists out there to answer some of my questions.
First, what does the future hold for clinical laboratory scientists?
Will CLS be in demand in the next 20 years?
For those who are currently Clinical Laboratory Scientists, do you regret going into this field?
What are the pros and cons in working as a CLS?
I’ve heard you can specialize in a much more specific portion of CLS like hematology, microbiology, cytology, etc.. If so what is the most sought after specialty by companies/hospitals?
What was your starting salary?
And what does your salary look like now after x months/years of experience?
Can a current clinical laboratory scientist please answer these questions for me? I’d be eternally grateful if you could take the time to answer these questions.
A friend of minds told me that an Associates degree is useless to get a job and not worth anything but I have an Associates degree in Animal science, so what should I do? Are Associates degree really worthless?
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