I am sick of office jobs. I am not interested in the military either. Any suggestions?
Basically what is says. I want to help nature and animals preventing extinction in both categories. I am also a falconer so I want to teach about animals as in a zoo. What job field is this and what degree do I need for this area. I start college this spring.
I am very interested in working in a field that has to do with animals. I always wanted to become a vet but i would have to go to school across the state and i really don't think that would work for me. But I was wondering what other kind of jobs are there that work with animals that make a decent amount of money?
Thanks for you help!
I understand many jobs require a combination of the two but I am looking for something requiring an above average amount and comes with a little societal respect such as an astronaut or combat engineer.
I would consider a very physically challenging job something like a forestry fire fighter, search and rescue technician, or a charge hand on an oil rig
I would consider a very mentally challenging job on that requires a large amount problem solving and continued learning such as an engineer, scientist, an inventor, or military personnel who deals with tactics.
I'm in my first semester at a community college right now, just getting general studies. I HATE living at home though, so I was wondering if it would be a good idea to just get an associates degree in something and move to Chicago. Would there be ANY good jobs available? Or is it all for Bachelor degrees and up. I'm not interested in health care, but I'm looking into business/management.
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
I don't know what kind of job i want and i'm a sophmore in highschool so the pressure is on hehehe but i know i want something to do with animals and i don't feel like working at fast food restaraunts and factories for the rest of my life.
i'm a senior in HS and still don't know what I would like to do after graduating. I have been researching all kinds of jobs but many of them pay very little median salaries even with a college degree.
Any ideas what would be a good job that pays well and helps animals? Posibly some ideas besides veterinary care?
Money isn't the most important thing but I have to support myself and would like to help my parents retire.
I've graduated from high school and I don't like school very much. I've always wanted to work in the wilderness and on my career aptitude test it told me to be a park ranger, so I must be destined to work in the wild. What would I need to do to get a job at a national park?
I am a sophomore in college and my goal is to become a vet. However I'm worried if I don't get into vet school, I won't have a backup plan that I still love. What other jobs are there that I can still work in this field without resorting to a low pay vet tech?
I am a veterinary technician, i just graduated in June. I was wondering if anyone else works with animals, and what your job is. I wish i was rich so i could just volunteer at an animal shelter, but i can't because i have to pay the bills. So i was just wondering what other jobs there are out there where i can work with animals in case i want to change jobs in the future.
i have volunteered at an animal shelter since i was 14, and that is where my heart lyes. But i know animals shelters don't have the budget to hire a ton of people. So i thought that i would love being a vet tech too. Seeing as how i get to help animals, but i also get paid for it. WELL, after working as a vet tech for 7 months, i don't feel like i am helping very much, like i was helping at the animal shelter. I mostly just help with animals who need vaccines or routine care. And i love working with animals everyday, i just think there might be more fulfilling jobs out there.
I heard the pay is good, and I live in western oregon
Hi , im going back to school and I cannot waste time getting schooling in something that leads to no job. other than the health field what other jobs pay well ?
As an undergrad, I still can't make up my mind of what to do later. I was planning on going to med school but plans keep changing. I just want to know what kinds of work can I get if I look for with that degree? Just to know.
And would someone inform me on what exactly a zookeeper does? And how much money they make on average....
I know there is zoology, but are there specific branches that deal with evolution and behavior or environment?
Homework help. I live in Canada, I'm 15. I have an assignment from HCE (Health Career Education) and I have to pick out a job and figure out what university, college, or trade school I'd have to go to. I think something with animals would be interesting. I don't have to do this job, (Of course), but it has to be something that I'd enjoy, and be interested in learning about. Can you give me a list of jobs in Canada to do with animals, that'd really help me out, thanks. :)
People always suggest I find another career path since I don't want to be a Vet, which seems like the only career with animals that make "enough money". But I insist that I must have a career with animals, even one that does not make much money.
Wildlife biologist and zoo keeper are my two choices, but both make around 35k, more or less.
How much do animal trainers make, mostly the ones that work with exotic animals?
Im 19 , and im clueless about college and everything. but in the meantime I was thinking about going to a trade school and picking up a trade. well actually thats what my fayher wants me to do. and he has a point, these little jobs here and there dont pay much and i dont see myself doing those jobs for the rest of my life .but on the flp side i see and know people who went to trade schools and colleges and ended up working the same place i work getting the same pay as me. sooo i mean does it really work or are trade schools a waste of time.
what are some good trade schools?
Preferably bugs such as Wood Beetles, Millipedes, Centipedes, Ants, Bees, and stuff?
I like studying bugs and observing them.
If so, how many years of schooling do I need to get them?
And does it pay well, and what is the demand is that area?
What about archaeology?
How many years of schooling for that?
I love history and old stuff.