What are some good careers in biology that pay well?


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2012-02-17 17:47:29
2012-02-17 17:47:29

There are quite a few careers that are offered in the field of Biology that pay well. Lab researchers for cosmetic and drug companies. Teaching also pays well one you have tenure.

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