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if you study biomedical science would this lead to you applying the job in the future? is it impossible to find a job as a career wise?
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if you study biomedical science would this lead to you applying the job in the future? is it impossible to find a job as a career wise?
https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...dical-sciences
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i hve seen that but my teacher said that it is impossible to find a job
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i hve seen that but my teacher said that it is impossible to find a job
Lol, well your teacher clearly knows nothing about the biomedical science industry if they're just a teacher
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if you study biomedical science would this lead to you applying the job in the future? is it impossible to find a job as a career wise?
Biomedical scientists do have a lot of choice in jobs however being a biomedical scientist is fairly competitive, yet so is every field.

I know people who have gone on into finance/accounting/teaching/biomedical engineering/haematology/genetics etc, the list continues.

No job field is non competitive so if you enjoy biomedical science, stick with it.
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There's loads of careers in and out of science! I'm looking at Haematology (or possibly immunology) once I've done my degree
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Lol, well your teacher clearly knows nothing about the biomedical science industry if they're just a teacher
lol ikr, i got really fustrated when he said that, i thought my dream was going to end
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Biomedical scientists do have a lot of choice in jobs however being a biomedical scientist is fairly competitive, yet so is every field.

I know people who have gone on into finance/accounting/teaching/biomedical engineering/haematology/genetics etc, the list continues.

No job field is non competitive so if you enjoy biomedical science, stick with it.
really? i was thinking about haemotolgy too! but thanks for the support now i would stick to that but is radiology worth doing it
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There's loads of careers in and out of science! I'm looking at Haematology (or possibly immunology) once I've done my degree
i hope you achieve your ambitiouse because i was thinking of doing it too
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Work in the NHS in Clinical Laboratory Support (Haematology, biochemistry immunology and transfusion sciences) is vast. They take on a lot of Band 5's as a group. You require HCPC registration though which isn't provided in a standard biomedical science course. HCPC is required to even refer to yourself as a biomedical scientist.
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