Jobs in science that involve a lot of travel?
I have no clue what I want to do but I like biology (especially with marine life/animals, or health care) and physics. Are there jobs that involve travel? Not just for meetings, but more hands on work.
Asked By: Elly - 2/11/2010
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Paleontology and marine biology?
Answered By: deadfishfactory - 2/11/2010
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I know researchers do (only if you're involved in big projects though... More
Answered By: Sarai - 2/11/2010
Marine biology is a good option if you like marine life and animals .... And u can also study ecology if you like travelling....There is anther course called tropical biology Other than these there are some courses in history if you are interested which involves society and culture....
Answered By: Sharadha G - 2/11/2010
You could become an archaeologist, paleontologist, or maybe an anthropologist. These jobs are all hands on work in the field of science and they all require travel to other parts of the world. If you were an archaeologist you might have to travel to Egypt to unearth a tomb or excavate a suggested artifact site. If you... More
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