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Remote Health Care Engineers

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Approximately 21,200 biomedical engineers are employed in the United States. Many work on remote health technology projects as part of their duties, while some specialize in this growing subdiscipline. The U.S. Department of Labor reports that 17 percent of biomedical engineers work in medical equipment and supplies manufacturing, and 14 percent are employed by scientific research and development firms. Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing companies employ 9 percent of biomedical engineers. Other remote health care engineers work at hospitals and medical institutions. Biomedical engineers can also work in pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing, for government regulatory agencies, and as biomedical engineering educators at colleges and universities.

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