SERIOUS HELP with Career choice please !
Dr. Duncan Clark
Duncan at nospam.demon.co.uk
Mon Jun 14 05:51:51 EST 1999
In article <7jroku$mkb$1 at nclient1-gui.server.virgin.net>, Alistair Gates
<al.g2 at virgin.net> writes
>I do not particularly enjoy chemistry, but I really love biology. I want
>some suggestions on courses which lead to careers that have a bit more of
>research at the end-point. What sort of jobs are available, and what are the
UK salaries for science are generally lower than the US.
>Is there a business angle to biology, and how would I exploit it by doing a
>certain course ?
Do an MBA after a degree or M.Sc. Patent law may be a good area.
Whatever you do, do not specialise too soon, especially if you go on to
do a Ph.D. Keep your 'expertise' as wide as possible.
The problem with being on the cutting edge is that you occasionally get
sliced from time to time....
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