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Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineers

Biomedical engineers design and build new technologies to replace or advance human body parts, and create machines to assist in this.

What is a Biomedical Engineer?

In college, a bachelor's degree in engineering or science is required, with biomedical engineering classes and labs. Furthermore, a masters degree in biomedical engineering is recommended for a higher salary. In high school, it is best to take chemistry, physics, biology, english, math and art as well as many technology classes.

The employment demand for biomedical engineers is predicted to rise to 62% within the decade, from 2010 - 2020.Biomedical engineers make a salary of $81,540 per year, as of 2010.

Biomedical engineers work in a range of environments. They work in industries, colleges, research labs, manufacturing facilities and hospitals.

The major responsibilities of a biomedical engineer are to be able to communicate and collaborate with a team of colleagues. Biomedical engineers are guaranteed to work with many people throughout their career, and they have to be able to communicate effectively and efficiently. Also, biomedical engineers should be able to develop new technologies to assist the human body.

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