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What’s difficult about having a career in the science field?

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James’s Answer

The most difficult part of making a career in science will most likely be deciding the area of which you choose to specialize. Science is such a broad subject that one can study a relatively small area for an entire lifetime and only learn a fraction of the vast comprehensive picture.

With that said choose what fits you and be flexible enough to accept those changes that will surely follow.

Good luck.
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Shana’s Answer

Science and Technology is ever-changing, and with that, it means you need to be agile, and willing to change and pivot according to the market conditions. The great thing about science and technology is that it's an incredibly innovative space, so it allows for a lot of creativity, and risk taking to change the world!
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Husseina’s Answer

There is nothing difficult in having career in science. The most important thing is interest. If one interest is in science, it will be easy regardless which school one goes to or who the instructor is.


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M.Sc International HS
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Jorge’s Answer

You need to keep up with the latest trends in your field of study. Sometimes you will be swarmed with technologies and science discoveries emerging at fast pace; you need to analyze the job market and trust your instinct to decide where you want to focus your career into.

Jorge recommends the following next steps:

Keep up with latest developments in your field of study.
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