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Marine Biology. 5/8/2014. 1 st Hour Career Technology. What is a Marine Biologist?. Marine biologists study fish and other wildlife that inhabits the oceans .

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marine biology

Marine Biology

5/8/2014

1stHour

Career Technology

what is a marine biologist
What is a Marine Biologist?
  • Marine biologists study fish and other wildlife that inhabits the oceans.
  • They study the physical characteristics of animals, their behaviors, and the impacts humans have on wildlife and natural habitats.
  • The oceans contain more than 97% of the total water on the Earth, and account for nearly 99% of the Earth\'s living space, owing to their area as well as depth.
  • I became interested in this career field when I went deep sea fishing and caught some interesting fish.
  • I will be researching:
      • Nature of Work
      • Working Conditions
      • TQA/ Education
      • Job Outlook
      • Money/ Salary
      • Related Occupations
nature of work
Nature of Work
  • Collect Data.
  • Study characteristics of animals.
  • Give presentations on research findings.
  • Develop and conduct experimental studies with animals.
  • Estimate, monitor, and manage wildlife populations and invasive plants and animals.
working conditions
Working Conditions
  • Marine Biologist work in offices, laboratories, and outdoor.
  • It is a mixture of both mental and physical work.
  • You may end up diving depending on the task or doing some experiments and collecting data.
  • Working full time (Irregular hours).
  • Working with Data, People and Things.
training qualifications awards
Training Qualifications Awards
  • Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Biology heading further into.
  • Ph.D.
  • Students typically take zoology and wildlife biology courses in ecology, anatomy, wildlife management, and cellular biology.
  • I will go to Oakland University to further myself in the career.
job outlook employment
Job Outlook / Employment
  • I want to find this career’s openings somewhere along the east coast.
  • There is no particular place that I would enjoy working at.
  • Slower than average employment Rate.
  • The employment rate is rising.
  • Competitive.
earnings
Earnings
  • My lifestyle goals are; to be able to have my dream career, living along the coast (East/West) and making a decent amount of money.
  • $27.74 per hour ($57,710 per year)
  • My first purchase with these earnings would be towards food.
related occupations
Related Occupations

Micro Biologist

  • Microbiologists study microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, algae, fungi, and some types of parasites. They try to understand how these organisms live, grow, and interact with their environments.
  • Microbiologists work in laboratories and offices, where they conduct scientific experiments and analyze the results. Most microbiologists work full time and keep regular hours.
  • A bachelor’s degree in microbiology or a closely related field is needed for entry-level microbiologist jobs. A Ph.D. is typically needed to carry out independent research and to work in colleges and universities.
  • Micro Biologists are projected to grow 7 percent from 2012 to 2022
  • The median annual wage for microbiologists was $66,260 in May 2012.
  • Max told me to be it
summary
Summary
  • I look forward to pursuing this career in my life. From the information I have researched I learned what I can earn in this career, how many years of schooling is needed and much more. The one thing I look forward to the most is being able to work with marine life. One thing I look forward to the least is having to report all my findings and prepare presentations. I still would enjoy having this job because I still find it awesome.
works cited
Works Cited
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  • http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/zoologists-and-wildlife-biologists.htm
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