Are you a hands-on problem solver with a flare for figuring out how stuff works? Interested in making a difference? You may just be a great fit for a career as a biomedical engineer.
Biomedical engineers analyze, test and develop healthcare solutions and technology to improve effectiveness of patient care. They need to have a thorough understanding of the human body, and be masters of movement and function. A biomedical engineer’s designs and contributions to medicine can break boundaries and improve patient lives by way of a variety of settings including universities, hospitals, research institutions and manufacturing.
Bonus, it pays well and is one of the fastest expanding occupations according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, with growth projected at 27 percent from 2012 to 2022.
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I would like them too for solving our problems
being a biomedical engineer would be awesome working with all those machines and macanical things.
I love being involved with complicated jobs, this is a fun and interactiv.e way to be involved and help out
Yes!This could help the world in many ways.Plus, me and many others can have fun doing what we do best and help the world at the same time.
Yes, not only is it helpful to people to make a difference in the world. The science behind it to actually to come together as a hole and function properly is amazing. It is defiantly something to think about in the future.
I think that being a bio medical engineer would be awesome because there are so many sicknesses in the world and bio medical engineers can fix that!
that would be cool! thamks for everyone that does this! but… DONT EXPLODE! lol
I think that is amazing that bio-medical engineers are helping people get there hands back!
This can help so many people in the world. It can help wounded veterans, with this people can live like they have always had a hand.
No,because i´m to scared to hurt someone else.
Thanks for your support and thanks for helping people in need
Yes because it is cool.
Yes because it would be such as cool job to have and plus you get to help people in need
I would not pursue to be a biomedical engineer, because my dream job is to be a mechanical engineer and a video game designer. but on the other hand, being a biomedical engineer would be my third choice in my jobs if i can not pursue my other jobs.
i’m too lazy and i’m scared of weird wires that could shock me
i would like to thank all of our biomedical engineers for being there and making our future a better place