Bioethics is an important discipline and can be a stand-alone career or an important component of your education that uniquely enables you to excel in other careers. A degree in bioethics enables you to understand the issues and consequences of medical decisions, treatment plans, biological research, health policy research, environmental consequences of industry, decisions in agriculture and pharmaceutical production, and many other areas. However, many other careers would benefit from training in bioethics (or ethics more broadly) including engineering (agricultural, biological, biomedical, chemical, architectural, and others), the physical sciences (biology, chemistry, materials and others), the social sciences (psychology, sociology and others), humanities and the arts (graphic arts, architectural design, art, history, English, literature, and others), law and others. You can earn bachelors (BS), masters (MS) or doctoral (PHD) degrees in Bioethics and even dual title PHDs (PHD in Bioethics and PHD in another discipline). 

Here are some links to job postings:

Hastings center:

American Society for Bioethics and the Humanities: