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Science Careers. (164 results) Many traditional medical imaging methods, like X-rays, can take pictures of certain parts inside the body, but sometimes these methods are not sensitive enough to detect a problem, or a picture is not enough—the doctor needs to see how a part is functioning, not just how it looks.

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Posted: (52 years ago) The job of the forensic science technician is to gather evidence and use scientific principles and techniques to make sense of it. It can be a grueling and graphic job, but very rewarding. If you like the idea of using science to help deliver justice, then you should investigate this career. Read more.

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Posted: (52 years ago) Science Careers. (164 results) Want to know more about careers in science? Browse through detailed information on dozens of careers to discover what scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals really do and what it takes to prepare for these careers. Each career profile provides basic career information such as salary, job outlook ...

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Posted: (52 years ago) Want to know more about careers in science? Browse through detailed information on dozens of careers to discover what scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals really do and what it takes to prepare for these careers. Each career profile provides basic career information such as salary, job outlook, degree requirements, and more.

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Posted: (52 years ago) Want to know more about careers in science? Browse through detailed information on dozens of careers to discover what scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals really do and what it takes to prepare for these careers. Each career profile provides basic career information such as salary, job outlook, degree requirements, and more.

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Posted: (52 years ago) My Science Buddies Student Resources Parent Resources Hands-on STEM for Your Classroom Careers in Science Newsroom Blog Site Map. PROJECT HELP. Science Fair Project Guide Engineering Design Project Guide Advanced Project Guide Science Fair Project Ideas Ask an Expert. GET INVOLVED.

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Posted: (52 years ago) Want to know more about careers in science? Browse through detailed information on dozens of careers to discover what scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals really do and what it takes to prepare for these careers. Each career profile provides basic career information such as salary, job outlook, degree requirements, and more.

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Posted: (52 years ago) Veterinarians help prevent, diagnose and treat health problems in a wide variety of animals. Regardless of whether the animal is a family pet, a prize-winning race horse, a dairy cow, a circus lion, or seal in a zoo, its healthcare depends on veterinarians.

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Posted: (52 years ago) The job of the forensic science technician is to gather evidence and use scientific principles and techniques to make sense of it. It can be a grueling and graphic job, but very rewarding. If you like the idea of using science to help deliver justice, then you should investigate this career. Read more.

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Posted: (52 years ago) Over 100 career profiles to help students explore careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.

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Posted: (52 years ago) The jobs are usually carried out by other people, but the computer systems analyst makes sure the team has the right computer-based aids they need to do it. A computer systems analyst has to stay on top of the latest technologies, know the capabilities and limitations of different computer parts, and put all of this information together to help ...

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Posted: (52 years ago) Political science is the study of governments, public policies and political processes, systems, and political behavior. Political scientists use both humanistic and scientific perspectives and tools to examine the processes and political dynamics of all of the countries of the world. Read more.

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Posted: (52 years ago) Career Profile. The human body can be viewed as a machine made up of complex processes. Scientists are working on figuring out how these processes work and on sequencing and correlating the sections of the genome that correspond to the individual processes. (The genome is …

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Posted: (52 years ago) Career Profile. The essayist and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson called Greek architecture the "flowering of geometry." Architects blend art and science, designing structures for people, such as houses, apartments, schools, stores, malls, offices, places of worship, museums, sports …

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Science Manager | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Projected Job Growth (2014-2024): More Slowly than Average (3% to 6%) Interview: Meet James Templeton, a Science Director at Astellas Scientific and Medical Affairs who works to make all physicians and scientists aware and educated about medical research at Astellas.; Meet Andrew Dallas, a Corporate Fellow/Scientist who directs a team of scientists doing filtration research at Donaldson Company.

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Food Science & Agriculture Careers

Posted: (52 years ago) Food scientists or technologists work to find new sources of food that have the right nutrition levels and that are safe for human consumption. In fact, our nation's food supply depends on food scientists and technologists that test and develop foods that meet and exceed government food safety standards.

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Posted: (52 years ago) It is essential to the production of most of the things that people make, too. Hydrologists are the people who study and manage this remarkable resource. Through data gathered from satellite instruments, hydrologists examine and create computer models that show how water moves above, on, and under the earth. With these models, hydrologists work ...

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Energy & Power Careers - Science Buddies

Posted: (52 years ago) Read More. Career Profile. Nuclear engineers harness the power of the atom to help solve large and difficult problems facing humanity. They design power plants that create energy to power homes and businesses without producing greenhouse gases. They develop machines that image the human body and destroy cancer cells, sterilize food and medical ...

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Diver | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Key Requirements. A fondness for physical activity and adventure, and the ability to stay calm and collected in stressful conditions. Minimum Degree. Post high school credential. Subjects to Study in High School. Physics, algebra; if available, marine biology. Median Salary. Diver. $49,980.

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Food Science Technician | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) the science career of a food science technician x. Training, Other Qualifications. Most jobs in this career track require training in vocational schools, related on-the-job experience, or an associate's degree.

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Astronomer | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Because most jobs are in basic research and development, a doctoral degree is the usual educational requirement for astronomers. Master's degree holders qualify for some jobs in applied research and development, whereas bachelor's degree holders often qualify as research assistants or for other occupations related to astronomers.

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Soil Scientist | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) It is the job of a soil scientist to evaluate soil conditions and help farmers, builders, and environmentalists decide how best to take advantage of local soils. Key Requirements. Good critical thinking skills, willingness to get dirty, and the ability to communicate clearly. Minimum Degree. Bachelor's degree.

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Electrician | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Projected Job Growth (2014-2024): Average (7% to 13%) In Demand! Interview: Listen to an interview with a real-life electrician as he describes some of the problems he encounters when he goes into a home for repairs or remodeling.: Related Occupations: Electronic drafters ; Electronics engineering technicians

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Park Ranger | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) science career of a park ranger. Education and Training. Park rangers are usually required to have a bachelor's degree; however, high school graduates are sometimes eligible for ranger jobs after three years of progressively responsible experience in conservation work or park operations.

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Math & Computer Science Careers - Science Buddies

Posted: (52 years ago) Career Profile. Computers are essential tools in the modern world, handling everything from traffic control, car welding, movie animation, shipping, aircraft design, and social networking to book publishing, business management, music mixing, health care, agriculture, and online shopping.

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Forensic Science Technician | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) The job of the forensic science technician is to gather evidence and use scientific principles and techniques to make sense of it. It can be a grueling and graphic job, but very rewarding. If you like the idea of using science to help deliver justice, then you should investigate this career.

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Mechanical Engineer | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Projected Job Growth (2014-2024): More Slowly than Average (3% to 6%) Interview: Learn how David Clarke uses his mechanical engineering degree to oversee large construction sites, like building power plants, for Fluor Corporation.; Mark Thies decides on and designs the mechanical equipment needed for large projects like oil refineries and power plants. ...

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Aquarist | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Projected Job Growth (2014-2024): Much Faster than Average (21% or more) In Demand! Interview: Meet Hannah Ban-Weiss, a Sea Otter Aquarist II at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California.; Chris Wade is senior aquarist at Oahu's Sea Life Park Hawaii. Read about Chris's less-traditional path to becoming an aquarist.

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Computer Programmer | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) the science career of a computer programmer. Training, Other Qualifications. A bachelor's degree is commonly required for computer programming jobs, although a two-year degree or …

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Zoologist and Wildlife Biologist | Science & Engineering ...

Posted: (52 years ago) A bachelor degree in an natural sciences field such as zoology, ecology, general biology, animal science, or wildlife biology is the minimum requirement for a career in zoology or wildlife biology. However the job market is extremely competitive so higher degrees, like a masters or doctoral degree, may …

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Robotics Engineer | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Projected Job Growth (2014-2024): Little or No Change (-2% to 2%) Interview: Ashley Stroupe is a robotics software engineer who is working on the Mars Rover Driver in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA.; Arin Morfopoulos goes into great detail describing the work that he is doing in robotics at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.; Do you think that robotics engineers are nerds?

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Chemical Technician | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) People interested in careers as chemical technicians should take as many high school science and math courses as possible. Chemistry courses taken beyond high school, in an associate's or bachelor's degree program, should be laboratory-oriented, with an emphasis on bench skills.

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Chemical Engineer | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Chemical engineers apply principles of physics, mathematics, and mechanical and electrical engineering, as well as chemistry. Some may specialize in a particular chemical process, such as oxidation or polymerization. Others specialize in a particular field, such as nanomaterials, or in the development of specific products.

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Patent Lawyer | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Post your question on the Science Buddies Ask an Expert Forum. Sources. BLS. (2019). Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH), 2019 Edition, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved April 1, 2021. O*Net Online. (2019). National Center for O*Net Development. Retrieved April 1, 2021. Cottingham, K. (2001, October 5). The job market: careers in patent law ...

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Statistician | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) the science career of a statistician. Training, Other Qualifications. A bachelor's degree in statistics or mathematics is sufficient for an entry level job with the Federal Government, but most higher level jobs, or jobs outside of the government require a master's degree, and research and academic jobs …

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Photonics Technician | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) The minimum degree required for an entry-level position as a photonics technician is an associate's degree in physics, electronics, or related field. Some employers may offer on-the-job training for candidates with a high school degree and a very strong background in math and science.

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Posted: (52 years ago) Feb 13, 2019  · When it comes to thinking about science, technology, engineering, and math careers, we believe that interest in a field or area of science can be a first step towards further education and a career in science—regardless of where a student lives or goes to school or factors like economic status, gender, ethnicity, or disability.

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Surveyor | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Surveyors and surveying technicians usually work an 8-hour day, 5 days a week and may spend a lot of time outdoors. Sometimes, they work longer hours during the summer, when weather and light conditions are most suitable for fieldwork. Construction-related work may be limited during times of inclement weather.

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Climate Change Analyst | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) Strong job candidates usually hold a bachelor's degree in environmental science, or a related field, with an emphasis on understanding weather or the environment, and resource conservation. Students interested in pursuing a career in climate change analysis should also take college courses in math, statistics, computer science, and physics.

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Computer Software Engineer | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) A bachelor of science in computer software engineering is a requirement for entry-level positions. Most employers prefer applicants who have at least a bachelor's degree and broad knowledge of, and experience with, a variety of computer systems and technologies. The usual college major for computer software engineers is computer science or ...

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Actuary | Science & Engineering Career

Posted: (52 years ago) The science career of an actuary. Nature of the Work. Through their knowledge of statistics, finance, and business, actuaries assess the risk of events occurring and help create policies that minimize risk and its financial impact on companies and clients.

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