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Old 19-09-2014, 10:44 AM
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After going through this thread, I'm starting to doubt my career path. I finished my A-Level this year and I was planning to do an undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering then a masters in Biomedical engineering. Does anyone know how Biomedical engineers are treated in Singapore and if it is a good career choice? I would love to be a Biomedical engineer but I'd rather do something else if i'm going to have to struggle with a bad pay and a job with no security for the rest of my life.I would really appreciate anyone's advice and insight.
You are better off doing chemical engineering. Singapore is a small country where what you study can have a huge impact on your career choice which would affect your livelihood in future.

It's diff from other countries like the US or Europe where engineering is respect as a serious profession like any other profession and pays reasonably well.
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