Zoologists study animals. Have a medium level of social contact. They work with the public and coworkers, but may work alone with animals. Work indoors in a laboratory. They also work outdoors in zoos or when observing animals in their habitat. Must be exact in their work. Errors could cause their research results to be wrong. Generally do not have a set schedule each week. Their schedules may depend on the weather and the time of year.
Have a high school diploma or equivalent. Have at least a bachelor’s degree in a biological science
Understand spoken information. Understand written information. Write clearly so other people can understand. Speak clearly so listeners can understand. Listen to others and ask questions. Read and understand work-related materials.
Anatomy and Physiology Animal Science Computer Applications