April 14, 2015
If you’re trying to increase your chances of finding a biomedical engineering job or ensure a fat paycheck, move to one of these 10 locations.
Being a biomedical engineer has its perks. You get to make a difference in the lives of patients without spending four years in medical school, job growth in the field is increasing much faster than average, and you make on average nearly double the annual mean wage. Not a bad gig.
But where you choose to live can affect everything from your salary to your job prospects. We mined data from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics to see where biomedical engineers should settle to increase their chances of getting hired and/or pad their paychecks.
Do you call one of these 10 places home?
[image courtesy of DAVID CASTILLO DOMINICI/FREEDIGITALPHOTOS.NET]
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