A biomedical science degree falls in the category of biological
science degrees. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics
provides a website with a wealth of career outlook information for
those with biological science degrees. On www.bls.gov you'll
find several career categories in biomedical science, a job outlook
for each profession, average salary information, descriptions of
each career as well as necessary educational requirements.
For example, on www.bls.gov,
you can explore biological science careers, such as:
Or you can search on the site for any term you like to find
other science related careers and salary information.
The good news is that between 2008 and 2018, the demand for
biochemists should increase by 37%, and demand for microbiologists
by 12%. All other biological scientists should see an increase in
job growth of 19%.
Many biomedical science degree graduates from National
University of Health Sciences go on to earn an advanced or
professional degree in health care. The great news from the Bureau
of Labor Statistics is that the health care sector will continue to
grow between now and 2020.
Learn more about finishing your bachelor's degree in
biomedical science so that you can take advantage of the great
momentum these statistics point to for those in science and health
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