How much human contact to Biomedical Engineers generally get at their job sites after college?
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Nancy Hamp, MA
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Alexander, I think that would depend upon the nature of the projects you choose to work on as an engineer. Certainly there are opportunities to work in laboratories with this degree. There may be many or fewer other people nearby. Some biomedical engineers may work with patients in designing prosthetic devices or therapeutic equipment, necessitating more human contact. There are many opportunities in this field.