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what kind of careers are available if i take a life science degree like biomedical science and what kind of salary is average for a gradute
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what kind of careers are available if i take a life science degree like biomedical science and what kind of salary is average for a gradute
You can do a wide variety of different carers, including those outside healthcare. For example Sheffield uni graduates have obtained the following jobs:

>Account executive
>Admissions advice and inquiries officer
>Assistant auditor
>Assistant income maximisation officer
>Audit associate
>Biochemist
>Clinical research associate
>Clinical study coordinator
>Contact sales advisor
>Designer
>Engineering trainee
>Events, media and communication
>Graduate administrator- purchasing
>Graduate case review administrator
>Graduate teaching assistant
>Health economist
>Homeless prevention intern
>In vitro cell culture specialist
>IT analyst
>Junior under officer
>Lab demonstrator
> Lecturer
>Management trainee- raw materials testing
>Marketing executive
>Medical laboratory assistant
>Medical sales representative
>Mortgage servicing assistant
>NHS Graduate management trainee
>Officer cadet
>Patent attorney
>Project intern
>Recruiter/business support
>Recruitment consultant
>Regulatory affairs officer
>Research and development technician
>Respiratory therapy representative
>Sales and web marketing manager
>Sales territory manager
>Secondary school teacher
>Self employed technical consultant
>Senior technician
>Strategist
>Technical sales project manager
>Technology graduate
>Technology risk consultant
>Therapy assistant
>Trainee accountant
>Trainee Clinical scientist

Regardless of what type of job you decide on pursuing, make sure you do gain some relevant work experience throughout uni
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You can do a wide variety of different carers, including those outside healthcare. For example Sheffield uni graduates have obtained the following jobs:

Account executiveAdmissions advice and inquiries officerAssistant auditorAssistant income maximisation officerAudit associateBiochemistClinical research associateClinical study coordinatorContact sales advisorDesignerDoncasterEmbryolo gy internEngineering traineeEvents, media and communicationGraduate administrator- purchasingGraduate case review administratorGraduate teaching assistantHealth economistHomeless prevention internIn vitro cell culture specialistIT analystJunior under officerLab demonstrator LecturerManagement trainee- raw materials testingMarketing executiveMedical laboratory assistantMedical sales representativeMedical writerMicrobiologistMortgage servicing assistantMuseum explainerNHS Graduate management traineeOfficer cadetPatent attorneyPost doctoral researcherPostdoctoral researchProject internRecruiter/business supportRecruitment consultantRecruitment researcherRegulatory affairs officerResearch and development technicianResearch assistantResearch associateResearch scientistResearch technicianRespiratory therapy representativeSales and web marketing managerSales territory managerSecondary school teacherSelf employed technical consultantSenior technicianStrategistTechnical sales project managerTechnology graduateTechnology risk consultantTherapy assistantTrainee accountantTrainee Clinical scientistTrainee scientist

Regardless of what type of job you decide on pursuing, make sure you do gain some relevant work experience throughout uni
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