A degree in biology is superiorly versatile, allowing you to pursue a various career paths depending on your interests. Let it be doctor, bachelor’s in pre-med, a molecular biologist. Explore a future as a wildlife biologist to care for exotic animals and design reserves and parks. A veterinarian, to take care of domestic animals. Do you feel strongly about the environment? Look into being an environmental biologist. Or maybe it’s your dream to teach. The below info graphic titled “What can I do with a degree in Biology” paves ways and opportunities in the field of biology.
Being a B.E in Biomedical myself, I am pretty sure that a bachelor’s in biology is a stepping stone to further academic specializing or provide opportunities for work within the field upon graduation. Careers in biology are growing, particularly in healthcare, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The BLS (2013) reports, “Occupations and industries related to healthcare are projected to add the most new jobs between 2012 and 2022. Total employment is projected to increase 10.8 percent, or 15.6 million, during the decade.”
In other areas, the growth appears slower, but keep in mind that many highly specialized fields may have slower growth due to a lack of qualified candidates.
The visual below explores some possible opportunities for graduates of biology degree programs. Please check the infographic for a full list of sources. Infographic Source:- www.onlinedegrees.com