Agreed,I work in a Biotech co in the Boston area. A bachelors is enough to get a position as a research associate. Depending on what you want to do in the future...you can do courses at night to get a masters, save up to do an MBA, learn lab stuff to get into Grad School, you can also build a career at research associate level.....just need to get into the right company.It is DIFFICULT to find decent research associates/lab techs (i'm trying too hire one at the moment). I want three things, Excellent communication skills*, enthusiasm, scientific interest. I don't think I'm asking much, but there aren't many people around that fit this profile. There are openings, its just getting in that's the hard bit.Atrio* please........excuse my typing.............
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