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Biomedical Engineers do you find happiness in what you do?

I'm trying to find a career that brings me happiness along with the small bonus of eating food and not living on the street of course?

Thank you comment icon Your happiness in a career will depend on how well it matches your personality. You can take the Myers-Briggs for free online (see 16 personalities). You will get four letters (ie, ENTJ). Put those letters into a google search along with the word “careers.” It will tell you what fits your personality the best. Good luck! Kathryn Foster
Thank you comment icon If you can identify - what you are good at (to the best of your knowledge) - what you like doing and then find some areas of intersection - and jobs in this filed, chances are that you will do well Anand Cavale

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Henry’s Answer

I am very happy doing what I do. I am passion driven and personally as long as what I do makes the world a better place it brings me so much joy.
As a clinical biomedical engineer working on medical equipment, I realize that I have two different types of life to save on this earth, that of the medical equipment that is used by the clinical users to save a human life.
Knowing this builds my drive and urge to get it right and clean like the doctor will when treating a patient. Let the passion lead you and in that you will find joy. The field of Biomedical engineering is broad, however build your basic engineering skills like proactivity, critical thinking, creative and interpersonal skills etc. and you will be extremely happy doing what you do excellently
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Paola Andrea’s Answer

Is so grateful helping on a direct way, the people’s life. Yes, sometimes can be difficult and some stressful but, if you find happiness making feel better people, you are in the perfect career. You will feel happy when you discover all the impact on the others life’s.
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Catherine’s Answer

I personally do since I am able to link everything I do on a daily basis to impacting the life of a patient, even in the mundane or tedious tasks that are part of the medical industry. It's all about each individual's perspective but a good indicator for you would be to look at how you feel about the subjects you study that are related to biomedical engineering. If you are happy when learning about the tough subjects or repeating the tedious study tactics that allow you to succeed, you will find that same fulfillment when you enter the work field!
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