Even though I’m only 13 and currently in 7th grade, I already know what I want my future occupation to be. Having all A’s giving my grade point average for the 1st nine weeks of 4.0, I believe that I can achieve my goals to get my wanted job. I enjoy mixing different substances together, and seeing the reaction of the two substance. I’m really interested in science and math, so when I grow up I want to be a biochemical engineer.
I will be a biochemical engineer by taking chemistry classes in high school and getting my Bachelor’s Degree. According to Ohio Means Jobs website , “Develop usable tangible products using knowledge of biology, chemistry, or engineering. Solve problems related to materials, systems, or processes that interact with humans, plants, animals, microorganisms, or biological materials”, are things that I should learn or do to become a biochemical engineer. I will be able to be a biochemical engineer, because I will study hard, keep my grades up, take every chance I can to learn more chemistry. I will try to take every opportunity I can to get into any class with science and mathematics.
Another way I will accomplish getting that career is to practice everything that is required in the job. According to Ohio Means Jobs I need to practice the skills I need to become a biochemical engineer, such as, “Reading current scientific books or trade literature to stay abreast of scientific, industrial, or technological advances. Developing experiments to determine production methods that minimize pollution or waste. Collaboration in the development or delivery of biochemical manufacturing training materials.”, and ect. By doing and practicing all those things I will already have an idea and experience in what I’m doing. I will already understand how to change biomass to fuels or fine chemicals.
Biochemical engineering will become a good majority of jobs in the economy. According to Ohio Means Jobs website, “in Ohio this job is in demand, with one hundred ninety being employed per year. In Ohio biochemical engineering is a growing career that is very well paying and is a growing part of the economy.” I can see myself retiring from this career when I get to that point of time.
I’ve come to the conclusion that when I'm older I want to become a biochemical engineer, because I love the math and science behind the career. I really like to experiment with different things, and find out how they work.
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