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economics?
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You need to be more specific. Science is a very broad field--what kind of science are you referring to?
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If you're willing to spend some time in law school, you could be a great Intellectual Property Attorney. IP attorneys need to have a science background because of the work they do. There's a major movement in law right now called Law and Economics, which examines laws and outcomes of cases from an economics perspective. It sounds like your background would work well there. Good luck!
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Interest is important.You can do research at the Institute.
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Check out this blog! It talks about alternative careers in science: biocareeradvice.blogspot.com
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i want to do economics from china
any suggestion???
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