Hello! I am about 60 credits away from my bachelors degree in Biology going to UTA in Arlington, Texas and while this is a physics forum that I joined in order to get help with my physics classes that are mandatory I thought perhaps there would be some interesting perspectives here since both physics and biology are sciences. My "best case scenario" attempt is to try and work for a crime lab and there are about 411 in the entirety of the United States so I have plenty in my area to apply to. However that doesn't mean I don't want to keep my options open and from my limited experience there seem to be many types of jobs that a lot of people (myself) have never even heard of that I may be (upon graduation) qualified to do that could be fun. My attempts to google the information has yielded limited results so I figure a forum would be the best way for me to try and see some perhaps "hidden gems" of jobs out there. So essentially, my question is what hidden gems of jobs for Biology majors are you aware of? Doesn't have to be specific to biology (as I know some jobs just want ANY degree for some reason) , but really anything that would take that degree.