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Biochemist

BiochemistAs a biochemist you would investigate the chemical processes that take place inside all living things from viruses and bacteria to people. If you are interested in the natural world and would enjoy looking at life at a smaller, molecular level then, this could be a job you would enjoy.
You will need a high level of skill and ability in science and be good at solving problems. Working accurately and having an eye for detail will help you carry out work like exploring samples under a microscope.
To become a biochemist you will need to have a relevant degree. Some employers may expect you to have, or be working towards a postgraduate qualification such as an MSc or PhD.

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Biologist

BiologistAs a biologist you would study living things like plants and animals and the world they live in. If you are interested in the natural world and enjoy practical science then there could be opportunities for you as a biologist.
To become a biologist you will need to have an enquiring mind and good problem solving skills. You will also need to work accurately and pay close attention to detail.
Most employers will expect you to have a relevant degree and a master's qualification. Some employers might also want you to have, or be working towards, a PhD.
Biologists study living things like animals or plants, and the world around them, to increase our knowledge and understanding of areas such as the environment, genetics, and animal or plant biology.

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Biomedical Scientist

Biomedical-ScientistBiomedical scientists test samples from patients to support doctors and healthcare professionals in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. If you enjoy science and you are interested in medicine and health care, this could be a great job choice for you.
As a biomedical scientist you will need to have an enquiring mind and be good at solving problems. You will need to be able to concentrate for long periods of time and have good attention to detail.

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Biotechnologist

BiotechnologistIn this job you would use your scientific knowledge of plants, animals, microbes, biochemistry and genetics to find solutions to problems and develop new products. You could work in areas such as agriculture and the environment. You could also work in the food industry and in medicine. If you have an interest in science this career might be the right one for you.
To become a biotechnologist, you should have an enquiring mind. You should have good problem-solving skills. You must also have a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
To do this job you will need a degree in a relevant scientific subject.

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Ceramic Designer

Ceramic-DesignerThis type of designer works to produce a range of clay products. These could include tableware, kitchenware, gifts and decorative items.
To become a ceramics designer, you should be a creative person. You will need to be able to explain ideas through sketches or computer images. You will also need to have good communication skills.
You will usually need a diploma or a degree in a relevant subject such as 3-D design, ceramics or ceramic design.

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