Wildlife biologist

Joslyn Demond 3rd hour science

Career overview

Wildlife biologist Study the relationship between predators and prays within the ecosystem, Others may study the routes of migratory birds, coordinate programs to control the outbreak of wildlife diseases
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What you need to succeed in this career!

you would need to be able to work with nature and other environments. you need to know a lot about nature and what Happens in different ecosystems.

Helpful high school classes!

Some Good classes to take in high school are: Anatomy and Physiology, Biotechnology, Calculus, Chemistry, and Statistics and Probability.

Degree required

As far as college you would need Professional or Doctoral Degree.

Education cost!

Tuition per year : $20,403

Tuition per 8 years: $163,224

Housing: $32,000

Food/groceries: $15,000

Gas: $19,000

Clothing: $1,500

Total tuition for time at college: $67,500

Grand total: 230,724

Associations/Professional Organizations

Pros and Cons!

Pros
  • Conserve wildlife
  • Salary is above the national average
  • Employee benefits when working with the government full-time
Cons
  • Fieldwork can require extended travel
  • Some employment is tied to government budgets, so lower budgets mean fewer job.

Job advertising!

Do you like wildlife?

Do you like science?!

If so , I have a good career that you would like!

If you like these thing you should be a wildlife biologist.

You get to work with the outdoors and get to help nature and its environments.

You need a professional/doctoral degree.

The Entry salary for this job is $32,740.

Wildlife biologist work sometimes inside and sometimes outside.

So if you don't like one or the other you have a choice.

If you don't like this career try finding a job that would fit you!

Citations!

1.https://wiscareers.wisc.edu/C_CVstuff/occinfo.asp?Area=sal&Num=00737&state=WI

2.http://learningpath.org/articles.Wildlife_Biologist_Careers_Job_Description_Salary_Info.html

3.http://www.wisc.edu