While I wasnt a biology major in college, I do know quite a few biology majors who were unsuccessful in gaining admission to medical school. In the intervening years, I saw many of them unsuccessfully try to find gainful employment with a biology degree. Many of them just settled on something outside their field of study. A few have decided to just enroll at the local community college in order to get marketable skills and to become a nurse, respiratory therapist, etc. Many them are bitter, especially the community college enrollees, and have said if they had to do college all over again, they wouldve majored in something more marketable, like chemical engineering, computer science, and just added the premedical course work. Although this might have added a year to college, they said this would have been well worth it to ensure they could get a good paying job in the worst case scenario they didnt get into medical school, and also to major in something more marketable wouldve enhanced their medical school applications by showing a more diversified educational experience. What are your thoughts?