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Bioscience Careers are among the Top 10 Hot Careers through 2020, meaning they are in highest demand. Median salaries are around $82,000 – $88,000 per year for Biochemists, Biophysicists, and Biomedical Edgineers. Professionals working for the government or government contractors will make the highest wages.

Thye article at the link supplies sample job descriptions and a list of the Top 10 Schools for Biosciences recommended by national analysts.

If you’re in high school, take the classes this article suggests to make a solid foundation for that high-paying career.


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