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    I have finished my course nearly 2 years ago (Biomedical Sciences), never got a job as a biomedical scientist and now I have decided to continue my studies. But I'm not sure what Masters I should choose.

    I want to know what kind of professional is being sought, which course would provide me more chances of a job in the Sciences field.

    I would like to work in labs, but I see there's a tendence for informatics in this field. I'm completely lost, I don't want to waste one year and then end up without a job again.

    Please, help... I need advice!

    I'm in second year of Biomedical Science and i've been over the job prospects with my tutor quite a bit.
    If you've got a decent bachelors degree (2:1, 1st) you could apply for a biomedicine masters which (so i've been told) will be more help to you in finding a job than with just a bachelors. Also, have you thought about applying for the NHS Scientific training program?
    Obviously it all depends on where you ultimately want to be in life and how much money you're willing to spend on further education!
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