I know I want to be a vet, however I understand that vet school is really hard to get into, that is why I want a really strong backup plan. I was thinking zoology, but the job outlook seems pretty limited. Anyone have any ideas? I was thinking neurobiologist, microbiologist, natural sciences manager, etc?
Also what are the jobs in ohio for a zoologist and what sort of pay as compared to other states?
I stopped teaching to go with my husband for four years and live in MX as an expat. Now I've moved back to the States to San Diego, and I would like to try a new profession without any or much reeducation. I was a very successful teacher in all areas. I'd like to work part time. I've considered something like an apartment complex assistant property manager or even cleaning apartments so that I can work for myself. I know I have unique qualifications that can transfer to many other areas. I have a BS in Education with a minor in English literature and natural science. Do you have any suggestions or experiences?
Okay, so - my main goal is to do something to help the world/people/animals (like many people!) I considered becoming a doctor, but I am not sure that's for me. (Making decisions is not my strong point!) So, I have considered an environmental sciences major. Would this be practical? Would environmental engineering be better? ANY suggestions? I am interested in stuff like the Peace Corps.
The only problem with engineering is I don't really care how things work... I want to go out and make a difference.
Hi, I like both hotel management and dentistry but I want to start with the long career first. So Im planning to take a biology major. If I can't enter to the school of dentistry, it is posible to enter business graduate school with a major in biology or natural sciences? I know I can take hotel managment and the pre requisites for dental school but that can affect my grades. So, what do you suggest me? HELP!!!
I've looked up job possibilties...careers I might go with in the future, but I'm wondering if I've overlooked any possibilities.
I'm science major, but a friend of mine overseas is thinking of coming to study in Canada and is wondering what kind of jobs can she get after majoring in economics and also is there any other majors out there she can do where she could easily get a job in Canada?
Wow, four ads and one real answer.. Well, thanks, Ferret.
If i majored in computer science what would i most likely be doing once i graduate career wise? what field do most people who major in computer science go in to once they are done? also is it a very time consuming major?
is it harder than a physcians assistant or nursing curriculum?
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 want to know what kind of decent paying jobs there are. Right now I'm interested in the medical field and I want to know about other alternative high salary jobs out there in case med doesn't work out.
Please help me, any jobs at all that you know of, thank you soo much:))
I graduated a year ago with a degree in biology (b.s.). I have been trying to find a job ever since. I live in cleveland, oh and the problem I keep running into is that every job is a sales job. I AM NOT A SALESPERSON!!! I am very smart and a job that does not utilize this will be short lived. I need something that allows me to make decisions and does not involve selling. Going back to school is not an option as I need money and WILL NOT move home to live with my parents. So unless it is something that allows me to go to school part time while working full time, it is not an option. I am very open minded, all I really need is decent pay, bennefits, and the ability to think for myself so I dont get bored and quit.
I am currently working part time in retail, with little room for advancement as the only real position to move into is store management which is a very competitive sales position. My sales numbers are not good at all.
I also work part time teaching at risk 6th graders, but i am not a licensed teacher. I do enjoy the job, but the long hours of a teacher and low pay are most likely not for me.
biology is just a degree, a job with biology is not important or really even anything worth considering. Sales jobs are the only real jobs I find available.
I am doing a project in geometry class, please help if you have answers.
I don't need to know what the Pythagorean theorem is, just who uses it!
So I just finished my first year of college and I still have not decided on a major. I know what I want to do as a career I just don't know if there is a career available like that. Can someone please tell me if there is a career option that would be similar to the job description I'm going to list below. Thank you for all the help thanks!
So I know I want to work to help the environment I love to travel and I love nature and to be a part of nature everyday for work would be absolutely incredible. I love wildlife animals particularly tigers and I want to stop deforestation, repopulate tigers, and basically any field work around that area. But I don't want to limit myself to one species I want to help as much as I can for all wild and endangered animals. The biggest thing I want in my career is to be able to do field work. I want to actually be in the habitat and live and study and help in that area. I don't want to be stuck behind a desk filing petitions out. I also love documentaries and to film these animals and to create a documentary would be incredible.
Basically to sum it up I want to help wild animals and I want to help them in their habitats I want to be doing the actual field work. Is there any job that is similar to this? And if so what majors would you recommend? I was thinking of studying ecology...
Thanks again for all the help!
When I say easy to find, I mean the job needs workers and there isnt much competition.
So im going to be a 3rd year Undergrad Student. and I need to finalize a major. I really like learning about cities/maps/ and natural environments. Im trying to decide whether to choose Geography Or International Devolopment or Global Studies. I am planning to go to Graduate school but I may choose an MBA.
Im too young to have this really be a problem...but i love animals soo much. i dont want to be a vet because i dont wanna cut animals open or do surgery... i want to work with them or care for them. i love main animals like dogs,cats, birds, reptiles etc. but i also like exotic pets like ones that are endangered. i love big cats and always have loved manatees. marine biology always seemed fun but i dont wanna just study undersea life. i like all animals and stuff idk aahhh... i dont want like too much of the science-ey stuff i like to work with animals and care for them. i always thought zoos seemed kinda crummy and yeah so not zoos or vets... any ideas? i really love shelter work and have always wanted a my own rescue group or something but idk if i could handle all the sadness... and theres places where you can take care of big cats at like reserves and the babies and they are friendly that seems awesome too i have reallyyy strong passion for animals. lol
no idk why but i dont really like zoos they often are mean to the animals and they would rather be free or at a nice big reserve..... not always with people crowding them and being forced to do like tricks and stuff
noo.. circuses are also very mean. trapping wildlife and hurting it and making it do tricks....i love countries answer EXACTLY the kind i wanted! i think shelter work is what i have always had my heart set on... something that would be able to take in dogs, cats, rabbits, small animals. idk just like any animal and i would feed them and help get them adopted. im planning on volunteering with my friends because we made a group to donate money to shelters and we work well together in that stuff thank you!
I want to major in criminal justice. I want to be a police officer and then work my way through college and get my Bacholers degree, then be a dectective and move up. If I am a dectective and major in CJ can I get a job with the FBI? But what if I dont make it to be a cop what other careers are there? What are the salaries?
I love the natural science, especially Chemistry but I have never really thought about a career in the sciences.
To be honest, I'm somewhat apprehensive about this. I love learning about the theories, I love the labs, the teachers, the classmates, the books etc...(basically the 'science classroom experience') but is it as fun working as a scientist in an industrial lab? Is it as fun being a professor at a university?