I'm going to graduate this semester with a bachelors degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from a university. And I want to find a job, but I'm not sure exactly what to search for...I know I don't want to be a lab technician because I did that all through out college and I did not enjoy it very much. So I was just wondering if there are others out there with a similar degree who did not continue with their studies and found a job they really enjoy. Please let me know, I do plan on going to Med School in the future but I want to take a year off and work and make money before all the loans start to pile up!
So in short what job titles should I be looking out for? I'm mostly applying to biotech and pharmaceutical companies in my area.
Describe equipment used on the job as a chemical assistant, identify what type of degrees, skills, course work, or training is required to be a chemical assistant.
I really like chemistry and was wondering what the difference between a chemistry major and chemical engineering major are? I'm good at math too. so basically I'm looking for the difference between them and the types of jobs you can do with each one. if there is anyone with either major who could tell me that would awesome but anyone can answer this. is it possible to double major with both of them?
I just recently graduated with a degree in Chemical Science and minor in Biological Science and was looking into trying to get a job at a chemical plant. I just don't know what non-engineering position would be appropriate for me, and what I had to do it get the position. Any knowledgeable advice would be helpful. Thanks!!
What kind of job can i get?where could I try to find that kinda job?
So, you see all these shows where there are people are working in forensics in these really nice labs, having a good time, and discovering the way someone was murdered and its really interesting. But, in reality, I doubt that is what its like. Can anyone who has experience in this field or just just knows about it in general please tell me what it is really like to work as a forensic scientist, etc. ? thanks so much!
Relate to training, salary structure, promotion and time in a particular role etc.
What can you do with a Biology Degree besides become a doctor, PA or nurse?
To be honest, I am particular about the probability of employment that is why I am asking this here. By the way, I am planning to take up BA Political Economy.
A glimpse of me, as they say: a good writer/essayist; a good debater; confident.
Also, is there ANY career in computers that is in Business?
Is there any career that I can get, where I could interact with at least SOME people?
I am freshman in highschool and i want to be a forensic scientist when i grow up.
Can you explain detaily what forensic scientist does?
and the income?
and what you have to take in high school and college to become one?
I need some direction in life, since I'll be graduating soon!!
I am a BE grad with 4+ years exp as a S/W Eng. However, am not working currently. I am looking at changing my career field and hence am writing seeking advice if anybody could suggest any other reputed field an Engineer could work in n make it her future career.
I wont have a masters, just a bachelors, until i get into med school.... what is available?
I want to be a forensic scientist but I don't know exactly what a forensic scientist does. I know from television but I want to know what they actually do? Is is 20?ab work and 80?aperwork or the other way around? or am I off altogether? I just want someone to be strait with me and tell me what it is before I get really into it and find out it's not what I wanted or thought it was...
I absolutely love the TV Show CSI. That made me interested in a career in Forensics. I am curious to know how many other people out there are pursueing this career or are interested in it as well? If you are, what does it take? How to you begin? What is the salary? Any and all details would be greatly appreciated.
I am studying A level biology and I want to know what it can do for me if I take it on at university when I finnish A levels.
Also, if anyone out there is a forensic scientist....
can you just give a brief background about your career
how you got into the career
and also why you chose forensic science.
I am interested in becoming a forensic scientist but I wanted some advice from someone who has personal experience in this field. I've read about it, but I don't exactly understand what the typical day would be like, how hard it is to become a forensic scientist, and anything else I should know. Thanks in advance!