I Have A Degree In Science/Medicine. Now What?
We cover all the common questions our bachelors graduates ask when desiring a medical career with a bachelors degree.
DO I NEED A MASTERS TO GET A JOB WITH MY SCIENCE DEGREE?
A masters is an option many science degree holders take but it not always the best bet. Now, many masters science degree holders apply for jobs but are still placed in a lab and in a work environment they do not see growth in. A masters will only further your position in the lab, and less so in a career with potential. The best option is to consider a thorough Clinical Research Training course that can establish the experience and clinical research training needed to be hired, succeed, and advance in a medical-focused science career.
ARE THERE COURSES AFTER MBBS IN USA?
Many MBBS or foreign medical graduates opt to not take the USMLE or finish residency again but still desire a medical job with a similar amount of professionalism and recognition. A CRA position is the best next step after an MBBS in the US to work as a medical professional alongside many doctors who you will actually supervise and have equal-level relationships with. We offer advanced training for CRA certification for this very purpose. In fact, 20% of our Clinical Research Training graduates are MBBS holders, many others are IMGs.
WHAT SCIENCE DEGREE JOBS ARE IN DEMAND?
When you look for science degree jobs; most of them are in the lab actually conducting trials whereas a CRA supervises and reports them. If you want to apply your science degree without the manual labor of pipets and syringes, a CRA position can establish your footing in medical-leadership roles with your Clinical Research Training.
ARE THERE REMOTE JOBS FOR SCIENCE DEGREE HOLDERS?
The best known remote jobs for science degrees are CRAs after getting Clinical Research Training. You can work from home making $6.5-12k a month while having your internet, cell phone, printing, and laptop expenses reimbursed.
ARE THERE TRAVELLING JOBS FOR SCIENCE DEGREE HOLDERS?
Feel like you haven’t seen enough of the world because of studying so much in undergrad? CRA’s have the option to travel 100% with food, housing, and travel covered. You can choose which sites you want to travel to and arrive early to explore the cities and countries even more after Clinical Research Training.