Geophysicists are scientists who study the Earth, particularly its atmosphere, internal make-up, oceans and electrical fields. These scientists use physics, chemistry, geology and advanced mathematics to conduct their analysis of the Earth. Often times, geophysicists work to locate natural resources such as groundwater or petroleum. Those in this field may also work to preserve and protect environmental areas or strive to develop methods to predict and monitor earthquakes.
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Epidemiologists are charged with investigating the causes and patterns of disease and injury in humans. Through research, community education and health policy, their goal is reduce the risk and occurrence of negative health impacts.
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Statisticians are charged with collecting and analyzing data for use in solving real-world problems. Their analysis of data can guide company decision-making, help governments determine where to allocate funding and even assist pharmaceutical companies in funding research to cure diseases.
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Contrary to popular belief, mathematicians often do much more than add up rows of numbers and they’re likely to earn a wage that far surpasses the national average. Making this career more intriguing, the field is growing at a fast pace, which means job prospects are strong.
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Microbiologists are scientists who typically work in laboratories conducting experiments related to microorganisms and their impacts on humans, other living things and the environment. These professionals may find themselves working for pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, colleges and universities or hospitals.
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Biophysicists and biochemists are scientists that study biological processes, such as heredity, growth and cell development. Essentially, they spend their days researching how living organisms tick on the molecular level. They tend to work in research laboratories planning, managing and conducting experiments. They are also frequently charged with managing laboratory teams and the work produced, along with preparing reports and presenting findings.
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Nonfarm animal caretakers feed, groom and look after companion pets and exotic animals in their care.
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Learn About Top Science and STEM Careers
Science careers are part of the important and fast-growing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) sector. Employment analysts and educators agree that training more people to work in STEM careers – including science disciplines like chemistry, ecology and physics – is essential if the nation wants to remain competitive in the coming decades. An associate's degree or bachelor's degree in a science field can qualify you for entry-level technician and technologist positions. If you want to direct research or teach at the university level, a master's in environmental science or similar advanced degree is necessary.