For Your Information: 7 Of The Worst Paying Jobs That STILL Require A College Degree

 

Biological Technicians

Biological technicians, the BLS explains, “work with biologists studying living organisms. Many assist scientists who conduct medical research-helping to find a cure for cancer or AIDS, for example.” Despite the important work, the median wage for a technician in the field is just $39,020 per year. About 83% of the people working in this field have a bachelor’s degree. The number of biological technicians is projected to grow by 18% from 2008 numbers by 2018.

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