>>7806540 I'm doing a chemistry technical course (3 years) to have a good base for biology, that will allow me to biology uni too.
>>7806551 >>7806600 Seems like computer skills are more and more valuable in biology fields, I guess I will have to learn to code too. But I also love botany, molecular biology because of the researches, and zoology is so cool, there's so many options it's hard to choose.
Strictly as 4 year Bachelor of Science in Biology degree, not much at all. You might get lucky and land a lab assistant job, and you could probably get some kind of teaching certificate and become a high school biology teacher. Other than that, not much honestly. Biology is probably the most popular STEM major and the field is over saturated. Biology is a popular, albeit, very generic pre medical/dentistry major but medicine and dentistry are two of the best possible paths you can take. Besides the latter, getting a PhD is probably your best bet. Keep in mind that a lot of Biology graduates though can't find work. You need to network like mad, really build up your experience. If you're naturally very brilliant and talented though, and can manage to demonstrate this ability to the right people you won't even need to finish your degree.
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