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What are good skills to learn for someone wanting to have a career in biology.

I'm young with not much experience or knowledge about my career path choice and would like to learn.

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Angel’s Answer

Some of the key skills needed for a career in biology include memorization skills, detail orientation, a passion for science and learning. There are lots of different kinds of biologists. Some work in a lab, others work on research, and others work with people or other living organisms. So an important task is to learn about what type of work interests you most.
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PRASANJIT’s Answer

Below are the skills needed:-

• Critical thinking
• Communication skills
• Subject expertise
• Laboratory skills
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Mayra’s Answer

HI Alayn,

I'm a Biomedical Science student and I think what you’re asking is a really good question! When you're first starting off definitely try to find a specific field in biology that you're interested in since Biology is a really blanket term for all biology including plants and humans. I think from there you'll be able to acquire the skills needed based on whether or not you would be in a lab setting or out on the field. These can depend overall based on what your interests are and what you want to do in your field. Overall here are some key skills to learn

- Communication Skills
- Critical Thinking
- Time Management
- Detail Orientation
- Adaptability
- Observational Skills

And depending on your path you'll learn new skills along the way whether in the lab with instructors or even out on the field with coworkers! Overall keep your willingness to learn and you'll be able to accomplish a lot!
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