What are the job opportunities like in India after taking a foreign degree in Biomedical Science?
Hm…. well personally I suggest that there will be a lot of great changes in the economical sphere. There are a lot of online businesses will grow very fast and the offline will slowly die. For example. The firm where I was working is bankrupt, and now I am looking for something new online on https://uk.jooble.org/jobs-lady-magazine . I hope that I will solve this problem really fast because I am making the main income in my family. By the way, can you recommend some other online platform where it is possible to find a job during the pandemic?
A bachelor’s in Biomedical Science and an M.S. in Mass Communication are degrees from very distinct fields. The latter prepares you for a career in journalism. If you’ve aptitude in writing, you could pursue B.S. in Biomedical Science and then an M.S. in Technical Communications / Technical Writing. Then you can pursue a technical writing career concentrating on Biomedical Science. Entry-level salaries for technical writers in India are quite good and they range from Rs. 240,000 to 300,000 per year. After a few years of work experience in the technical writing field, you can work as a freelancer. More info at: http://tinyurl.com/techl-writing Pursue Ph.D. in a field of your interest, if you wish to carve a teaching and or a research career. As far the prospects, it depends on the global economic climate and your skills and experience. Are you interested to pursue higher studies in the U.S.? For more info and FAQ on how to ap