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"Choose a job you enjoy, and you will not ever need to work a day in your lifetime." (Confucius) As stated by the Whitaker Foundation, biomedical technology has been around for centuries, maybe even tens of thousands of years. "In 1816, modesty prevented French physician Rene Laennec from placing his ear next to a young girl's bare torso, so that he rolled up a paper and listened through it, triggering the idea for his creation that led to the ubiquitous stethoscope." (The Whitaker Foundation). "Biomedical engineering accomplishments range from ancient devices, like crutches, platform sneakers, wooden teeth, and the ever-changing cache of tools in a physician's black bag, to more modern marvels, such as pacemakers, the heart-lung machine, dialysis machines, diagnostic equipment, imaging technologies of every sort, and artificial organs, implants and advanced prosthetics." (The Whitaker Foundation). Becoming a biomedical engineer is an exceptional career choice since it's a positive outlook, earnings are exceptional, and it's an opportunity to add to the health of humankind. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook, biomedical engineers held approximately 19,400 projects in 2012. The state of California currently employs 5,420 biomedical engineers and Massachusetts employs 1,750 biomedical engineers. My commitment to be a biomedical was influenced by the research found because as a California resident I am planning to pursue my career from California.My commitmeny to pursue this profession in California has been affected by the information found because California is the nation with the largest Biomedical engineer employment in the USA. After researching the demographics biomedical...