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Best: Biomedical engineering
  • Best: Actuary
  • Best: Biomedical engineering
  • Best: Software engineer
  • Best: Audiologist
  • Best: Financial planner
  • Worst: Newspaper reporter
  • Worst: Logger
Best: Biomedical engineering
Science is making leaps and bounds, and there are more and more opportunities for biomedical researchers to get in at the ground level. These jobs pay well, require an analytical mind. They work closely with medical professionals.