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The world of computer science is varied and always changing. Whether you are looking for a career in games development, as a software engineer or love nothing more than analysing data, we can help you find your ideal computer science job in the UK. Upload your CV today.
No matter the kind of job you are looking for, there is a need for IT expertise in almost all industries. However, some of the largest sectors that employ computer science graduates include:
- Technology and gaming industry – this includes large employers like Google, as well as tech start-ups looking to disrupt the industry
- Financial services – this industry is now dominated by technology and the big investment banks tend to have several computer science graduate schemes as well as graduate computer science jobs
- Aerospace and defence sector are always looking to stay ahead of the game, so are on the lookout for talented computer scientists to help them enhance their technological offering
- Public sector - NHS, schools and the civil service all employ a number of different IT and tech specialists to work across several different roles or projects
- Manufacturing is a sector that looks to recruit computer scientists in roles such as software engineers, information architects and programmers.
Another emerging industry that is a growing recruiter for computer science graduates is artificial intelligence. This exciting industry is always on the lookout for graduates that have strong analytical and technical expertise.
What computer science graduate jobs can you do with a computer science degree?
Computer science graduate jobs can typically be in software development, software engineering, web development or programming jobs.
At STEM Graduates, we have placed many computer science graduates in jobs across the country that include:
- Software Developer
- Software Engineer
- IT Support Engineer
- Games Developer
- UX Analyst
- Web Designer
- Data analyst
- Data Scientist
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Computer science is a competitive field so if you need top industry advice on how to create a job-winning CV, take a look at our blog. We are a specialist STEM graduate recruiter and work with some of the UK's biggest recruiters. If you are a computer science graduate looking for your first or second role out of university then upload your CV today.
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Many graduate biochemistry jobs are lab-based jobs. As Biochemistry graduate jobs involve exploring the chemical processes that can be related to living organisms, it encapsulates both biology and chemistry. A competitive field, many biochemistry jobs require at least a Masters degree or a PhD in a relevant field. Though there are jobs for those with biochemistry Bachelor’s degrees.
The field of biochemistry itself is varied and diverse; while many jobs involve working a lab, there are other types of careers that are open to biochemistry graduates. Here is a sample of the type of jobs that may be available to biochemistry graduates:
- Clinical researcher
- Clinical biochemistry healthcare scientist
- Forensic scientist
- Laboratory technician
- Biomedical scientist
Roles in this field can be either in the public sector or the private sector. Typical employers in this industry include the NHS, government departments, such as the environmental agency and forensic science services, medical companies, universities and pharmaceutical organisations.
Many large companies and government departments will run annual biochemistry graduate schemes. Some of the biggest schemes include those run by large pharmaceutical companies, the military, the NHS and biotech companies.
What can a biochemistry graduate do to have an edge in the job market?
A biochemistry degree should have helped you developed specific skills, such as laboratory skills, molecular biology techniques and research and data analysis. Many of the skills you’ve learned will be transferable and desirable in a number of roles. However, biochemistry is a competitive field and one of the best ways to have an edge is to already have gained some work experience in your field. Many science degrees now offer an option of a year in placement or you may be able to arrange for work experience yourself during breaks from study, or after you have graduated.
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We have many biochemistry graduate jobs on our jobs board that graduates can apply for. Discover a range of biochemistry careers and apply for a career in biochemistry today. Upload your CV here.
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