Would the average humanities professional or high school student realize that people who enjoy the craft of writing and learning about medical, pharmaceutical or scientific topics can combine those interests into a lucrative career?
Judging by the number of job openings in the field of Biomedical Writing, probably not.
Often, people miss careers and freelancing opportunities because they simply weren't aware that a particular field existed, or that people with their talents were _needed_ in that field. In this case, many companies and regulatory agencies need people with excellent writing skills and a willingness to master current information in specific medical or scientific areas, but it is difficult to find people with these strengths.
To learn more about the field of Biomedical Writing, visit the website, below.
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