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Why Employers Hire Biomedical Sciences Graduates

In early 2020, everyone's eyes turned to biomedical science as an entire apprehensive planet awaited a vaccine that could alleviate the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, the intensive research carried out by biomedical scientists and professionals from related fields worldwide culminated in the development of several approved vaccines that have been distributed to over 4.5 billion people. Many countries still struggle with rising COVID cases, but the mortality rate has lowered significantly, and it's undeniable that the vaccines scientists worked relentlessly on for months have saved millions of lives.

Apr 6, 2022
  • Education
Why Employers Hire Biomedical Sciences Graduates
Thaís Roberto


Thaís graduated with a degree in Language and Literature and is now pursuing her master's while working as an English teacher and freelance writer. She lives in an inland city in São Paulo, Brazil, and enjoys binge-watching TV, game nights with her friends, and learning how to play any musical instrument within reach