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need advice on how to get an entry level biomedical engineering job?
I recently graduated from a university in texas with my masters in biomedical engineering with a gpa of 3.6.. I have applied everywhere including hospitals, research facilities, and pharmaceutical companies. I even used alot of different websites to apply through. So far I have been looking for a technical service engineer or field service engineer position.
Please let me know if anyone has any advice of where else I should apply and what I should do. I appreciate it. Thanks!