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Hi, my name, is Sully, and I chose Biomedical engineering as my career to research. I will show Duties and responsibilities they have, Qualifications to get the job, Why it interests me, How it relates to my interest inventory, How my color impacts my career decisions, what I can do in MS and HS to start preparing for the career, and what the future outlook for this career area is.
Some of the duties and responsibilities of Biomedical engineers is combining engineering with medical sciences to design and create equipment, devices, computer systems, and software used in healthcare. That means that they have to know how to handle the devices and how to operate them so that they can do their job. A qualification is that you have to have an Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Engineering/Bioengineering, and it would be nice if you have experience in a related field. You must also pass FE (Fundamentals of Engineering), have 4 years of outside work experience, and take the Princinples and Practice of Engineering exam.
It interests me because I like things to do with STEM, and I like how futuristic the things are that Bio-Engineers make for people.
This relates to my interest inventory by being a part of STEM, which is what I got for my interest inventory. I love things that have STEM in them because math and science are my favorite subjects.
My color doesn't really impact my career decisions, but it is just a way of how I act.
I can start job shadowing from now to High School to see if I actually like the job of Biomedical Engineers. I can also take classes in High School that may be related to Biomedical Engineering.
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