Interview: Robert Wesley, 3D Printing Engineer at Washington University Medical Campus, St. Louis Children’s Hospital

I can’t remember when or where I heard this, or if I had thought of it on my own before hearing it, but you often hear that a biomedical engineer is “a jack of all trades and a master of none.” Keeping this terrible saying in mind, you will be challenged for what you think you’re worth, what you know, and what you’re capable of learning on the job. The job market tends to look better with the more experience and education you accumulate. If you stay committed to what you want to do and continue to learn about it, one day you’ll be the expert in almost any room you walk in and the people you work with will look to you for answers.

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