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Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Lordmykel(m): 6:40am On Sep 14
Remisol:

Lol. Why did you say " I don't think she is still a student ooh" ? Just came across funny to me.
No I'm not a student. I work now, graduated 10 yrs ago

10 years ago.. My humble respect mam.. Mind being my mentor in the field of MLS?
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by abbaapple: 7:39am On Sep 14
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Toyindiva:
Mr man your own course you studied may be a dead science but, mine is not in Jesus name!!! And by the way why did u study that course when you know yourself that the course is a dead course, you better start saying something positive out of your mouth rather than saying negative things cz, evrything you say sha come to pass na u sabi sha peace!!!
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I don't have to tell you why I accepted such deadly course,,,,don't quote me again.
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by cornel9297: 8:21am On Sep 14
Unemployment is not limited to biochemistry and microbiology graduates,the most important thing is to graduate and pay more attention to entrepreneurship because life is all about making money.
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Akfakorede(m): 8:28am On Sep 14
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Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Dotmanroy(m): 9:01am On Sep 14
Remisol:


It's cool. I work in a clinical setting. It is a very lucrative course.
ooh, glad to hear that!.. Does Msc in a specialty enhances one's job opportunities abroad?
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Imakeherdrip(m): 1:37pm On Sep 14
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Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by nwokoyepraise: 3:04pm On Sep 14
Don't always bear in mind of looking for a job after graduation. Always try to dream of creating the job for others in the area of life you truly have the passion for.
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Remisol: 5:45pm On Sep 14
Lordmykel:

10 years ago.. My humble respect mam.. Mind being my mentor in the field of MLS?

If I can be of any help, sure.
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Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Remisol: 12:39am On Sep 15
imperiouxx:


You're correct that a good microbiologist has to be good in biochem and visa versa but the concept taught in the two fields are different.... so we can't use that to say they are one and the same. In U.S there is no standalone Biochem department. Biochem falls under Chemistry and under the American Chemistry Society. The exception is at doctorate level where Biochem can stand alone as PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. So, Biochem leans more towards Chemistry and its main concept differs from that of Micro.

Good that you know me but where?

I wanna know too! Did you figure out where he knows you from?
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by knarphie1(f): 12:21pm On Sep 17
drealzum:
What do you guys have to say about Anatomy and physiology? Is there any place they can boldly apply to work professionally?
Where does a microbiologist really work? Water board? But go to NAFDAC, bulk of their staff their are biochemist and pharmacist. The problem is just job scarcity. The ratio of Job opportunities to number of biochemistry graduate is low. Biochemist can also work at industries.
But personally I believe at this age and time, one should focus more on entrepreneurship rather than job seeking. Demand for job is more than supply in the whole country. It is even worse for those who study physic,chemistry,maths,biology, zoology,political science, sociology e.t.c.
Even pharmacy we see as lucrative, haven't you seen jobless pharmacist? How many Job opportunities are opened for a pharmacist? How many drug producing companies do you know? And how many drug dispensing centers have you seen vacancy in front of their gate? You see 'Job security' is an illusion. it doesn't exist. Create a Job from what you studying. In Biochemistry, you can make lot of money from parasitology research, Nutrition research and studying alloxan with respect to diabetes. These are not jobs. They are opportunities!!
Can you shed more light on parasitology research.. I would love to have a chat with you if you don't mind.
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by peterveo(m): 6:01pm On Sep 20
MasterRahl:
Let me advise you candidly. If you're studying a course, do not do it with the aim of getting a salaried job. Do it for knowledge. I'm a graduate of Physiology which is in the same Faculty as Biochemistry. I'm offering my services on Fiverr as a Medical Researcher & Health/fitness & Nutrition writer. I don't regret it. The knowledge has helped and I plan going back for an MSc once the strike is called off. Use your head oga.

Please I would like you to mentor me on how I can explore the opportunities on FEVERR. I'm also a graduate of Physiology, please help a brother. Thanks sir!
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Thiamine(m): 6:08pm On Oct 20
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Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Sunnybabe(m): 6:02am On Oct 25
Lordmykel:
Lemme advise you as a brother. Biko just write jamb again... This time around for allied medical courses.. And also in a university.
what's ur discipline
Re: Biochemistry Vs Microbiology: Which One Has More Job Opportunities In Nigeria? by Lordmykel(m): 10:25pm On Oct 25
Sunnybabe:
what's ur discipline
medical laboratory science

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