I worked in a medical research lab. I did ELISA
s for finding cytokines
in lung fluid. I also fed and divided lung cells growing in flasks. I've never done repair work or used precision assembly. But lab work was boring and lonely - just ELISAs all day, with pippettes and chemicals. I don't think I was good or very bad - just ok with ELISAs and lots of the other lab work I didn't understand. It wasn't my job, but I don't know if I could understand with a Biology degree (maybe in 2 years). The people in the lab had Ph.D degrees, M.D. degrees, or Ph.D. degree AND M.D. degree.
Do you do precision assembly? Do you like this?