Biomedical Engineer: Is it Worth it? What Cars can you afford as an Engineer? 1 day ago   20:26

We talk about what he does as a process engineer at a medical balloon company. I ask him, "Can mechanical & electrical engineers work in the biomedical industry?" and "Do you need a masters to work in biomedical engineering?"

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Oda Nobunaga
What's the average salary for a fresh graduate BME in the US ?
i like your interviewee
Raed Hanoon
Having pursued a biomedical engineering degree and about to graduate, I highly recommend a BME degree as a great option if your looking to apply both medical and engineering understandings to ideate, design, and create solutions that may revolutionize the field itself. It's also one of the more vastly growing fields due to its newly developed scientific applications. Hope this helps =)
Radiology BME
this is particularly challenging job as a female biomedical engineer for me , but i love it in any case. it has many things to explore ...
Rolando Osorio
No. For the love of god, no. Dont do it, youll most likely end up unemployed.
Truth Seeker
Thanks for sharing and good interview and questions..
garrett culbertson
SOOO.... biomedical engineer = process engineer. That's not really entirely helpful.
Nadeem Warris
I am finding Job in this Field.
Russell West
I feel like he's over qualifying his job to make it sound good but honestly I think he is in a regular manufacturing job. I think the interviewer caught this half way through the questions which is why the interviewee showed signs of nervousness.
Shinja Okinawa
Consider the Search for the Neural Interface. Where Prosthetics are joined at the level of the Synaptic Cleft.
Sugar Bee Fire
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Kevin Moran
Literally 11 ads in a 20 minute video?
I’m in my first year in university, we call it preparatory year, we choose one track, I chose engineering track and now I’m studying the basics , next year I’ll be able to chose the actual major related to engineering. I’m thinking about biomedical engineering and I’ve been reading and watching YouTube videos alot , i really wanna be a prosthetics engineer but the problem is that i hate physics and I know biomedical engineering is all about physics:( I don’t want to give up my dream and I don’t know what to do . I know this video is soo old but please someone help me:(💕
Deixando Legado
Reality vs expectation
Crypto Trader
I am a premed student with a BS in Biology. Tried the Med school test seems like i will not be able to make it and it is taking lots of my time to retry again. Also doing a post baccalaureate to bring my cummulative gpa from a 3.0 to a 3.2 which is still not competitive for med-school.

Tried to find a research job but was not successful, however i have been working for a medical device company for over 4 years now and have gotten lots of experience in manufacturing and quality Engineering.

Since i have a deep academic knowledge on my science courses from my premed courses and i have the engineering experience, i was thinking to go for a masters degree that deals with both fields. For example genetic, tissue engineering or rehabilitation engineering or engineering researcher. I am looking for a some advice on this. I know i might have to take a few UG eng. courses that might be prereqs of the masters but i am willing to do that
Paul C
Someone work in an oil refinery can also be called a process engineer. A process engineer is mainly about following the process and exert control when the situation deviates from the process.
Nam Li
can I be a biomedical engineer even if I took geodetic engineering?
paul sebastian
jamale jordi
Hello! Can a person who has a pharmacy bachelor degree , enroll in a biomedical engineer masters program ?!
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What Cars can you afford as an Engineer? Biomedical Engineer: Is it Worth it? 1 day ago   06:31

Ever wondered what kind of car you can afford working as an Engineer?


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Fun short video where I talk about what kind of cars you can afford as an entry level Engineer. If you are thinking about majoring in Engineering this video might give you some insight on what kind of car you will be able to afford.