Day in the life of a Research Scientist: Maz from HaveYouEverWondered takes you on a typical day as a research scientist.
What does a research scientist do?
A research scientists primary role is to plan and conduct experiments and then analyse the results. The end use of such results can be to broaden general scientific understanding or to use in the development of new products, processes or commercial applications.
How do you become a Research Scientist?
The National Careers Service has detailed the path available to you if you would like to start your journey to becoming a Research Scientist, to see how to click here.
How much does a Research Scientist make?
If you like the look of a day in the life of a Research Scientist then According to PayScale the average research scientist makes around £32,060 a year with the top 10% making over £44,000 annually. Learn more here about the salary of a research scientist: https://www.payscale.com/research/UK/Job=Research_Scientist/Salary
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