By: Tyler T
What is a biologist's hourly pay?
A biologist's hourly pay is around $10-$50 an hour. Which is a lot! That is $240-$1200 a day! After a week that is $1680-$8400 depending on your employer!
What is the education necessary to do the job successfully?
High school students can start preparing for being a biologist by taking biology classes, chemistry and math classes. After getting a bachelor's degree in biology, biological sciences or something related to that, a student may get a job with biology. But you need a bachelor's in Biodiversity and Conservation Management, as well as a master's in Water Management.
What are some of a biologist's job duties?
A biologist does many things like managing water and sanitation systems. They also manage woodland and wildlife. Biologists also sometimes care for animals and research them. They research subjects such as genes and diseases. Not only that, but biologists have to be ready to put together multiple reports explaining their findings.
How does the environment relate to a biologist?
A biologist's job is related to the environment because they study the environment. A biologist helps animals by taking care of them when they get hurt by humans, or possibly by another animal. Biologists also help by finding cures to animal diseases.
Advantages of being a biologist:
One advantage of being a biologist would be studying all the animals. Another advantage of being a biologist is the awesome pay! $10-$50 is a lot of money! Another advantage would be helping out the environment by finding cures to bad diseases like Bird Flu.
Disadvantages of being a biologist:
Some disadvantages of being a biologist is that I would be outside all day. I think that is a disadvantage because I sunburn easily. Another disadvantage is that some animals are disgusting and I might have to take some stool samples.
Some interesting facts:
Did you know that there is more than one kind of biologist? There is a Marine Biologist, Conservation Biologist, Wildlife Biologist, Microbiologist, Biochemist, Molecular Biologist, Physiologist, Plant Biologist, Ecologist, and Computational Biologist.