I'm planning to do research on the Alzheimer's disease when I grow up and just wanted to know, what is the difference between a Virologist and an Epidemiologist. And also, which job would be better for studying the alzheimer's disease?
What is an international public health degree? What are some jobs associated with this degree?
I am going back to school and am thinking of getting a Masters in Public Health. I am just not sure what all the kinds of jobs there are out there for people with that kind of degree. Thanks.
I will be attending a university in the fall and plan on majoring in Anthropology. I would love to do research type work, but I doubt that will happen. My family thinks I am wasting money on a useless degree. What would be some good jobs I can get with this major? Wages are not a big problem, I would just like to be able to live comfortably.
1)What kind of job has to do with researching bacteria like marburg or ebola or some kind of dangerous bacteria like that?2) Also if possible something like cleaning up radiation or something having to do with radiation LIKE that?
well those sound ok but i was kinda looking for something like decontaminating radiated areas or something like that
I'm looking into careers in public health and this one seems really interesting. I know that you need to get your masters in public heath, but I don't know what to do for undergrad. Any info about pursuing a career in epidemiology and the job itself would be great. Thanks !!!
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
I will major in biology in College and will then go for my masters degree in epidemiology. However I am also very interested in plants and how they work, so would Botany be the major I want? Or is there another that has to do with plants. Because I was thinking know alot about plants and what they do/how they function, would be good for finding cures to diseases which is what I would need to do as an epidemiologist. Also, are there other jobs where these majors would help?
I know there is Nursing, MLT, etc. But are there any Administrative, Clerical type jobs tat involve some form of traveling. Or do you know of any companies that hire these type of healthcare positions
I'm pretty sure I want to do something in the medical field, but Im not sure what. Name all the jobs you can think of and any details you can give on each of them. Also, please tell if you would like that job for yourself.
Whoever gives the best/longest list gets the points.
If i major in Kinesiology: Human Movement Science, what jobs would it qualify me for?
How are the job opportunities and salaries of a epidemiologist ? ( Spatially in Europe , i will study in Belgium ) .
Thanks to everyone for the information .
Do i can do good money with this ?
I majored in English and minored in history. I really love history! I finally realize that all of my interests; literature, fashion, art, theology, medicine, etc. relate to history. I don't want to teach. The idea of being in a classroom; grading papers and tackling unruly students is a nightmare! I would like to work in Public Health. There will always be sick people; definite job security. Also, I am (older39). Will I have to retake all of my history courses? Will I have to retake the science courses? Any suggestions?
I think it would be a very cool job to do research in public health. An Epidemiologist researches the relationship between violence and video games, smokeing health, etc. Anyone know a good path to become one, what school offeres a undergraduate degree, or whats the best major to set up for a Masters in Public Health? I would prefer to not do pre-med. Thanks!
I've been looking at some of the answers for questions about getting a masters in Public Health and the jobs associated with it, etc. Almost every question has some wise-ass remark about being something like a janitor with that degree. Why?
How long would it take for this? How much would I make? What type of job could I have when I am done? Could someone please try to answer these questions for me? Thanks.
Im currently doing health science, and im want to know what i can be after i finish my course. Other than the obvious epidemiologist, and social worker, what other jobs are possible?
So last week at school I was able to figure out a stranger's first hour class and lunch period just by using very small bits of information like: What direction they were heading when I saw them, and what books they were holding while they were walking, and what time it was when I saw them walking. So I start thinking to myself; "Hey I'm pretty good at this! I wonder what type of careers need people that can do this type of thing?"
Not trying to be cocky, or anything. But, what type of jobs need people that use deductive reasoning effectively?
Compare the two, work environment, salary, hours of work, job outlook, etc.
Physician assistant but i was not sure if i wanted to go right after i graduate or take a break first. What kind of jobs are out there for an undergrad in biomedical sciences?