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The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
The career of marine biology pp 2003
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The career of marine biology pp 2003

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  • 1. By Donovan Pines
  • 2. Job Overview
    • Marine Biologist have many jobs
    • Such as studying:
    • Whales
    • Seals
    • and Dolphins
    • And Research aquatic life for instance salinity and temperature.
  • 3. Job Description
    • Also they can perform their research in the field or laboratory
    • Marine Biologist conduct their research in
    • genetics
    • reproduction
    • and growth.
  • 4. Education and Training
    • To be successful in this career one needs to fullfill the following requirements:
    • High School Diploma with courses in AP Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics.
  • 5. Additional Education
    • After high school, one must earn a undergraduate degree in the sciences such as:
    • Biology,
    • Chemistry,
    • Physics,
    • And especially mathematics.
  • 6. Salary
    • The beginning annual salary for a Marine Biologist is $33,000
    • The average annual salary is $53,000
    • And 85,000 annually or $103,250 potential.
  • 7.
    • “ The road to success is not a path you find but a trail you blaze.”
    {Robert Brault}
  • 8. Job Outlook and Growth potential
    • Growth potential is growing as fast as the average
    • Growth rate increasing 26.7%or 14% during 2004 to 2014.
  • 9. Related Careers
    • Some careers that are similar to this career are:
    • Medical scientist
    • Animal Nutritionist
    • Epidemiologist and lastly
    • Animal Health.
  • 10. Thank you for watching

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