Last updated on April 23, 2020 by The Counselor
I want to assume you already know the requirements to study biochemistry and you have gone through the courses under biochemistry. But this information is not enough to make you want to study biochemistry. It is will be wise for you to also consider careers in Biochemistry. That is, where you can work as a Biochemistry graduate.
We have so many courses in the University with little or no job availability or a good career choice. Notwithstanding, I’m not ignorant of the fact that you may end up on a different career entirely different from your biochemistry degree.
These are the top careers in Biochemistry
- Academic researcher
- Analytical chemist
- Biomedical scientist
- Clinical research associate
- Clinical scientist, biochemistry
- Forensic scientist
- Medicinal chemist
- Physician associate
- Research scientist (life sciences)
- Scientific laboratory technician
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