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Why kind of jobs can I get after earning my bachelor's degree in Biology?

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I plan on earning my bachelor's degree in Biology and I was wondering what kind of jobs I could get that can pay for medical school. #sciencemajor

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Suzanne’s Answer

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Like you, my goal was to earn my Bio degree before heading to Med School. There are many different jobs you can qualify for with a Bio degree alone.  I started at a large Research and Development company directly out of college and was able to continue my education while working.  I started as a Lab technician and earned my Project Management Professional certification which opened doors for various roles in the company from  supply chain, to clinical scientist to project management  to site affairs. You never know where that Bio degree might take you! You could consider doing an internship at a small biotech or even a large pharma company to gain exposure to the many different career paths that are offered there.  Good luck and enjoy your time in college!

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Javier’s Answer

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As a biology major, your career options are almost as plentiful and varied as the organisms inhabiting the planet.

For many people, a biology degree is a step on the way to medical school or another health care specialty. But there are plenty of biology jobs that don’t involve going anywhere near a stethoscope or drawing up patient charts, including lab-based research, direct involvement in policy or even the sale of new prescription drugs

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Javeria’s Answer

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it depends on the subjects or cources you studied and on your skills. Biology is a very big course which carries lots of different courses in it i.e. anatomy, physiology, zoology, botany, biotechnology, bioinformatics, biomechanics, biorobotics etc. you can be a teacher, researcher, biotechnologist etc

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Jeanine’s Answer

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Honestly, jobs look at a couple of things. Some require you to have a college degree, but depending on what your passion is and the experience you have, that is what jobs want to see. You could always volunteer for a few place that seem interesting to you while in college, this way you gain knowledge and experience. Good luck

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