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Biomedical Engineer

A biomedical engineer designs, develops and evaluates devices that solve health-related problems. Learn more about this career. What are biomedical engineers' job duties? How much do they earn? What is the job outlook for biomedical engineers? What are the educational and other requirements to work in this field? Should you become a biomedical engineer? Find the answers to these questions here.

Biomedical Engineer: Career Information
What do biomedical engineers do, how much do they earn and what is their job outlook? What are the educational and other requirements?

Quiz: Should You Become an Engineer?
Do you have what it takes to be an engineer, including a biomedical engineer?

Quiz: Should You Become an Engineer?
Do you have what it takes to be an engineer, including a biomedical engineer?

Related Career: Medical Scientist
While biomedical engineers design, develop and evaluate devices and procedures that solve health problems, medical scientists research diseases and conditions with an eye toward improving the human condition. Learn more about this career.

The Real Life of an Engineer
The best way to learn about any career is to talk to people who actually work in it. If you are a biomedical engineer, or if you work in another engineering specialty, please share your story here. Tell us what being an engineer is really like.

More About Engineering Careers
Biomedical engineering is just one branch of this field. Learn about the other branches of engineering.

More About Engineering Careers
Biomedical engineering is just one branch of this field. Learn about the other branches of engineering.

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