Paleontology

Which form of science is Paleontology a part of?

Life because they examine fossils of plants and animals.


What are some classes you need to take?

You need a masters degree in Paleontology, some classes that would be helpful would be, biology, foreign language of the area you want to work in, more than one language would help a lot, geology, trigonometry, and advanced algebra. Some classes you would need to take in college would be, biology Earth geography and Planetary Science for undergrad classes, then they would need to take a Paleontology Major.


Where would one go?

University of Southern Florida.

The course is an online course, but the college is in an urban area.

For the major.

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How often would you work?

They work in many different locations usually wherever something is.

Youd work 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset.


Where would you work?

It would be very hard to get a job in Northeastern Wisconsin, but you can get jobs in many other places.

You would go somewhere with a team and dig.

What would one make?

Wi National


Entry $41,300 vs $43,820

Median $67,660 vs $82,500

Experienced $109,080 vs $160,910



Would I do this for a living?

I would never do this because I have already chosen what I want to do with my life.


Resources

Works Cited

"Paleontology 101." Beacon Hill Biology. Beacon Hill Biology, n.d. Web. 20 Sept. 2013. <http://www.beaconhillbiological.com/paleo.htm>. Wiscareers. Board of Regents of the U of Wisconsin System, n.d. Web. 20 Sept. 2013. <http://wiscareers.wisc.edu/C_ClientHome/home.asp>.