The higher education and hospital & health care industries have been some of the most popular fields for students who have majored in biochemistry. Over a tenth of graduates start working as either chemists, laboratory technicians, or pharmacy technicians, while others work as laboratory assistants and clinical research specialists. Being well versed in skills such as biochemistry, molecular biology, and polymerase chain reaction (pcr) may also help biochemistry majors in their job search.
The data to the right shines a light on several companies where biochemistry graduates have started their careers after receiving their diploma. These companies have historically been some of the most common employers for biochemistry majors.
Where have biochemistry majors settled in after graduating?
Graduates tend to find jobs in cities like New York, New York, Boston, Massachusetts and Los Angeles, California. Combined, these cities have accommodated many biochemistry professionals.