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Biomedical engineers are interested in the development and testing of products and procedures that solve medical and health-related problems.

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You should aim to earn at least a bachelor's degree to launch your career as a civil engineer. Expect to study a wide range of subjects in breadth and depth including: Engineering design, Fluid mechanics, Structural design, Engineering mathematics, and many more.

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Civil engineers work to see their plans turn into massive roads, bridges, and structures.

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Employers offering electrical engineering jobs will generally expect you to hold at least a bachelor's degree. An electrical engineer degree program will combine mathematical, scientific and engineering subjects to train you for this highly specialized field.

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Management is an important level in any business, but managers in the engineering field have a particular set of responsibilities.

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In part due to the increased governmental regulations on engineering and the environment, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that environmental engineering careers are expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations through 2014.

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Genetics is one of the fastest-growing fields in science.As geneticists study and develop new ways of looking at the world, genetic engineers apply their findings to business use.

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As with most engineering professions, you should aim to earn a relevant degree at bachelor level to prepare you for your first electronic engineering job. The content of electronic engineer degree programs varies by college. You will certainly take plenty of courses in electronics engineering.

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Not every state in the United States requires a massage therapy license--about half of them do however require a license. Of those that do, most states require between 500 and 600 hours of training at a certified massage therapy school.

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Network engineering jobs are generally awarded to graduates of a network engineer bachelor degree program. You will work on a wide range of subjects, including background mathematics and science. The core courses you will take will be network related.

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