There is a lot of difference between having a Masters or a Ph.D. in these disciplines. Most people entering these disciplines usually work for government/academic institutions or industry (such as at a pharmaceutical or biotechnology firm). It is often easier to find a job in the industry with a Masters degree than with a Ph.D. as there are more positions available. If you work in a research lab, you would be doing similar work to what a person with a B.S. degree might do but you would be getting paid more (maybe around $50,000 instead of $35-40,000 a year for a junior position) and probably have some opportunity to have a middle management position if you were outstanding enough. Other positions in industry for people with a Masters degree include sales as well as working for third party companies who do organizing/consulting activities for these companies. These types of jobs might have similar pay. Very few positions actually require a Masters degree, a Masters degree just puts you above a candidate for a job who only has a B.S. degree and allows you to make a little bit more money. A Ph.D., however, is required if you want to work in an academic environment and be more than a technician, teach at the collegiate level or run your own lab at an institution. Pay scales for these types of jobs can vary greatly depending on location and what type of institution you work for (maybe around $75,000 for a junior position). Other opportunities for people with a Ph.D. include government jobs determining where research funding should go as well as editorial jobs for scientific journals. Pay scales for these jobs might be similar to the above. As I said before, with a Ph.D., jobs are much more limited in the industry but pay much more. Typically a Ph.D. is necessary to be in upper management of any research operation or to be an executive overseeing anything except the financing activates of the company. These types of jobs can easily pay over $100,000/year. A Ph.D. in these disciplines can also open the doors to completely different fields. Ph.D.s are in extremely high demand for patent law as well as for investment bankers who invest in pharmaceutical or biotechnology firms. These types of positions make well above $100,000/year as well. Don't forget though, after a Ph.D. you typically do a post-doc for 2 years, these jobs often pay horribly ($35,000/year in an academic setting, $45,000/year in industry), and is why getting a Ph.D. is quite a commitment. Also take into consideration that Ph.D.s usually go to grad school for free (by doing research or teaching for the university) while Masters students have to pay and usually take out large loans that they must pay back after they graduate.
Depending on where you work, M.S. might not just do technician task, ,might be middle management, especially if it is non-research, but experience counts...
What are good careers to consider after getting a master's in management?
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Biochemistry an nutritional science is used in a school cafeteria to assure that we are getting the proper micro and macronutrients as students.
The formal MArina is getting married and pursuing other careers.
Jessica Alba started her carrier by getting roles in national commercials
Yes. It used to be really hard to change careers, but it's getting easier to do that.
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U consider a girl hot when u find her attractive or start getting wet around her
They worried about getting caught and getting returned to slavery.
They are now getting well along with their careers some of the members of the bad and cast members of big time rush had already had careers like James Malson had an acting career and previously had showed up on a popular nick show iCarly. Anyway they are getting along very well:))
You may want to consider getting a Christmas tree or stars painted on your face. You may also consider getting angels, candles or doves painted as well.
What you take in college isn't as important as getting into medical school. Most doctors start with an undergraduate in biology or biochemistry.
Getting a diploma from an on line high school is better than getting just a CED only for certain careers. Getting you diploma over the GED great! Getting a GED is just as good though, you can still have the same opportunities available to you with it.
Before you consider getting your item/s, maybe you should consider basic grammar?
Yes. It is Coming out in 2009. I would consider getting it when it comes out.
If you have split ends you should consider getting a hair cut!
Many of the contestants from Canada's next Top Model end up getting signed to other agencies in the area and lead pretty successful careers locally as well as in other markets/locations.
You should consider getting a 401K or IRA account as soon as you start working, which means around mid 20's. You can read more at www.401k-and-ira-retirement.com
Many people consider graduating college as a major achievement. They can also consider getting a nice paying job as a major achievement.
To stop your menstrual cycle from starting, you can consider getting on birth control. It would also be a wise idea to maybe consider an IUD.
Chinese women have starting shifting away from their traditional family roles. Many are seeking careers and are getting involved in politics.
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