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    Do scientists make good money?

    I'm getting into science because I love it but if I can make money on the side then why not. The only thing stopping me from becoming a general practitioner is I may not have the time to do scientific research with a job like that but at the same time I noticed that there are people with titles...
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    Becoming a scientist/physician

    Thats pretty cool. Would multiple bachelors require 4 years for each degree or could you skip a year or two depending on the level of knowledge you already have? In my college the first year courses for lots of different courses (chemistry, genetics, biotechnology etc.) are identical so I assume...
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    Becoming a scientist/physician

    The material they cover in medical school must encompass some chemistry and pharmacology. I don't mean having a degree will help me get into medical school I mean I'll already have a lot of useful knowledge.
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    Do scientists make good money?

    I'm aware that physicians are among the highest paying jobs but is it possible to earn an income close to that of a physician as a physicist, chemist, biologist or other scientist? I could just as easily go to medical school and obtain an MD in the long run but what I'm really getting into...
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    Becoming a scientist/physician

    Thanks a lot for the info. The course I'm in right now is a joint chemistry/pharmacology B.Sc course. In Ireland people go straight into medical school without doing a 4 year bachelor degree first so I'm not sure what I will have to do if I want to get an MD/PhD. I suppose the course I'm doing...
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    Becoming a scientist/physician

    I saw on a few documentaries people with titles like "Physician and biochemist" or "Physician and neuroscientist". I've been planning on becoming some kind of scientist but I wont be able to get government funding for all my projects so it would be nice to have a steady income like that of a...
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