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The career of_marine_biology_pp_2003[1] The career of_marine_biology_pp_2003[1] Presentation Transcript

  • By Donovan Pines
  • Job Overview
    • Marine Biologist have many jobs
    • Such as studying:
    • Whales
    • Seals
    • and Dolphins
    • And Research aquatic life for instance salinity and temperature.
  • Job Description
    • Also they can perform their research in the field or laboratory
    • Marine Biologist conduct their research in
    • genetics
    • reproduction
    • and growth.
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  • 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.
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  • Additional Education
    • After high school, one must earn a undergraduate degree in the sciences such as:
    • Biology,
    • Chemistry,
    • Physics,
    • And especially mathematics.
  • Salary of Marine Biologist
    • The beginning annual salary for a Marine Biologist is $40,000
    • The average annual salary is $53,000, and
    • has the potential to be $85,000 to $103,250 potential.
    Courtesy SalarySurvey.com
    • “ The road to success is not a path you find but a trail you blaze.”
    {Robert Brault}
  • 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.
  • Related Careers
    • Some careers that are similar to this career are:
    • Medical scientist
    • Animal Nutritionist
    • Epidemiologist and lastly
    • Animal Health.
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