Meteorologists

By: Maddy Peters

Quote

"Unlike history, meteorology does repeat itself." -Mel Goldstein

About meteorology

  • Tells an audience about their local weather
  • Studies the weather
  • Studies patterns
  • Looks at the atmosphere to predict weather
  • Also studies how it effects land, air, and water
  • Studies global warming
  • Uses information from satellites
  • Can tell people if severe weather is coming to prepare them
  • They can predict long or short forecasts
  • Studies how pollution is affecting the earth

Pros and cons

Pros:

You get to educate people on the weather, because then you know more about the earth.

If you find meteorology interesting then that's a pro because you learn more about earth and the atmosphere.

If you also like attention, you could be on television.


Cons:

Meteorologist have weird schedules sometimes because severe weather can happen overnight.

A job opening could be away from your family, which can be bad for some people.

You might have to work long hours at a time and might not get a huge break.

What you need to have

You need to have at least a bachelors degree and they like to hire people who have a masters. For an advanced degree you have to be at a higher point of salary and more experienced in the topics, which results in teaching at universities.

The American Meteorological Society

This is the association that meteorologists work with.

Job advertisement

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