The US Department of Labor's "Occupational Outlook Handbook" claims that biomedical engineering will see a job growth of 72 percent though 2018, the Wall Street Journal reports. Medical scientists and biochemists/biophysicists are expected to see spikes of 40 and 37 percent, respectively, according to the Department of Labor.

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