High school students who wish to launch careers in medical research may benefit from enrolling in a school that offers extensive investigation opportunities. For example, Auburn University at Montgomery's Center for Demographic Research in Alabama releases an annual report of new HIV/AIDS cases as well as pregnancy and STD state statistics, AL.com reports.
The report reveals that the number of state residents who have been newly diagnosed with the disease has gone down since 2009. According to the news source, the center has had a significant impact on this reduction, as a result of its efforts to educate the public. However, the number of HIV/AIDS infections in Alabama is higher than the national average.
The Center for Demographic Research has provided statistics on population issues for more than three decades. It also offers services to businesses, nonprofit organizations and citizens.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall employment of medical researchers is expected to increase over the next several years.
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