By: Genesis Gonzalez
What do Biomedical Engineers do?Biomedical Engineers….
● create prosthetics (dentures)● make surgical devices (ex:
morcellators)● make artificial organs● fix and install
and work with doctors and therapists to provide treatment and
enhance your life and save it.
What training is required to become a Biomedical Engineer?To
become a Biomedical Engineer, in highschool you should take classes
and some speech classes because they help build communication
skills. You also need a bachelor's degree from a university or 4
year college, 4 years of work in the field, a passing grade in the
FE and PE exams and a degree from an ABET-accredited program.
● Ap calculus● Ap life science● Ap chemistry● Ap computer
programming● Ap english● Ap physics
What skills/characteristics do Biomedical Engineers
possess?Biomedical Engineers are usually really good with
● complex problem solving● critical thinking● judgement and
decision making● analytical thinking● talking to other
Typically this is what employers look for when they are looking
to hire someone.
What is the typical wage for a Biomedical Engineer?● new comers
earn $36,000● on average one can earn $88,500● The highest you can
earn is $114,000
It all depends on the subcategory you choose to major in.
Light blue = $64,460-$77,150Electric blue = $77,920-$85,280Ocean
blue = $85,310-$98,420Dark/Navy blue = $100,200-$114,380
Biomedical Engineer Job OutlookThere hasn't been a big need for
● from 2016-2028 the average rate of increase is 4-7%
This is the average increase for most jobs.
Black line = employment from 2000-2009Blue line = predicted
employment from 2010-2020
Professional AssociationBiomedical Engineering Society is a
place for people working within the industry to strengthen their
knowledge of biomedical engineering.
It was founded in 1968 and the headquarters are located in
● promotes and enhances one's knowledge of biomedical
● holds over 7,500 members
● growing rapidly.
These are all job listings for biomedical engineering/
engineers. The first one is just a picture from the internet. The
other two are from websites that you can go on to apply
Sources Cited● Learn.org,
● “What Is Biomedical Engineering?” LiveScience, Purch,
● “Biomedical Engineers : Occupational Outlook Handbook:” U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Bureau of Labor
● “What Is Biomedical Engineering?” Michigan Technological
● “How to Become a Biomedical Engineer - Time & Steps
Required.” Online Engineering Programs,
● Lizard, Visual. CMBES,
Sources Cited Cont.● “Biomedical Engineer Job in Carlsbad, CA at
Talentry, LLC.” ZipRecruiter,
● “CollegeGrad.” Jobs, Career, Salary and Education
● “Biomedical+Engineer Jobs in New York, NY.” Jobs,