Biomedical Engineers repair and modify existing equipment, train healthcare professionals regarding appropriate use of equipment and evaluate the safety issues related to equipment use.
Biomedical Engineers are often involved with research projects to find new solutions to medical problems. They work in hospitals, for colleges, for medical products manufacturers and biotechnology companies.
Biomedical Engineer Salaries
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Biomedical Engineers earned an average of $86,960 in 2012. The bottom 10% of Biomedical Engineers earned less than $52,600, while the top 10% earned at least $139,450.
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