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Advice on going back to school

As an undergrad, I studied bioathropology and floundered with receptionist type jobs for years after graduation . Last year I finally landed what I consider to be a “real” career, as quality assurance in a pharma company. I enjoy what I do but in order to be considered for a greater variety of jobs and possibilities, I have been thinking about going back for a master’s in biology, or a graduate certificate in biology and a master’s in environmental science.

The reason I’m thinking biology might be better though, is because my lack of experience in enviro sci. I’m perfectly fine continuing in pharma but as I said wouldn’t mind opening myself up to more environmental ventures as well.

Is it too late for me to make any real headway in environmental work, as I am already 30 with no experience under my belt? Is the bio masters the better option?

Submitted August 09, 2017 at 09:09AM by B_Hutt
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