I would first say think about the type of work you see yourself doing. Is it teaching, working in a laboratory, working in a traditional office setting, etc? This can help you research and discover what kind of work appeals to you and job opportunities you can expect. Looking back on my own journey, I received my undergraduate degree in biology with a minor in chemistry, and immediately began a career as a research scientist. I eventually transitioned from my role in the laboratory and obtained a position as a project manager within the public health sector. During my time as a project manager, I acquired transferable skills that have served me well in my current position as a management consultant at a Big 4 firm. As a management consultant, I am exposed to and gain experience in various industries (healthcare, technology, media, telecommunications, financial services, just to name a few). Feel free to check out job posting on career sites such as Indeed.com, to get a better understanding of the type of roles you can expect to find with a biology degree. I hope this helps.