If I could have any job, I would want to be a biomedical engineer. There are many reasons this would be perfect for me. I want to help people, even as a kid I knew I wanted a job that would better the world around me, a job that could save lives. A career in biomedical engineering will entail improving the medical technologies we have today to save lives, lengthen lives, and improve lives. I want a job that’s exciting. The field of biomedical engineering is very diverse and is finding new cures and new technologies all the time. It is a constantly growing and changing field. I want a job that’s stable. Current outlooks show a huge need for biomedical engineers. America currently has an aging population that needs more advanced medical technologies. Biomedical engineers fill these needs and therefore a career in biomedical engineering is stable and jobs will be easy to find. I want to discover something never seen before. Engineers are tasked with solving problems through creativity and ingenuity. In the field of medicine, problems are solved in innumerous ways. Today diseases and other medical issues can be solved with anything from nuclear isotopes to synthetic tissues. As a biomedical engineer, I can explore all these different solutions or make solutions of my own. All in all, a career in biomedical engineering would be perfect for me: a job that helps, is stable, and is exciting.