Biomedical Engineer Isabele jobe 3rd

What do they do?

They focus on ways that technology can be used to treat or alleviate biological or medical problems.

Salary:

They make $41.45 an hour. Annually they make $86,220.

Working Conditions:

They work inside hospitals, labs, and offices.

Working Environment:

Labs and offices.

Major Job Responsibilities:

They have to design and create artificial organs and prosthetic s. They also have to work with machines.

Job Outlook:

The employment of biomedical engineers is projected to grow 23% from 2014-2024.

What kind of education do you need for this job?

You need a bachelors degree,biomedical training,high school science classes including chemistry,physics,and biology. You also need to take math courses such as algebra,geometry,trigonometry,and calculus.

Credits:

Created with images by UC Davis College of Engineering - "Biomedical Engineering Lab" • NWABR - "2008 Biomedical Breakthrough Essay Contest" • UC Davis College of Engineering - "Biomedical Engineering Lab" • UC Davis College of Engineering - "Biomedical Engineering Lab" • Event Amplifier - "BRISSKit Health Research Data Community Meet and Hack" • University of Salford - "Prosthetics student" • UC Davis College of Engineering - "UC Davis College of Engineering Senior Academic Awards" • UC Davis College of Engineering - "UC Davis College of Engineering Senior Academic Awards"

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