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hi people!!! just wondering if you could tell me something about this. I am planning to go t Imperial for Biochemistry. I've however at this point no true ambition to dedicate my life to research. is it true that many non-research companies and banks go to imperial to recruite undergrads?? knowing that would be really helpful


so iguess many do something totally unrelated to science after their undergrad education?
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apparently most biochem, chem etc graduates dont go into research at all, or even anything relating to their degree, those sorts of degrees are really attractive to other companies!! and lots of people go into accounting, managerial stuff and all sorts!! cos they produce problem solving, team working graduates!!!!
(personally im going to go into research, but im one of the few!!!)
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