Kids & Science PLR

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  1. 16 Exciting Jobs Which Require Science Qualifications (588 words)
  2. 18 Great Online Resources to Get Your Child into Science  (622 words)
  3. How to Open a Science Club in School (649 words)
  4. How to Teach Science through Baking (712 words)
  5. Nine Ways a Parent Can Encourage an Interest in Science (635 words)
  6. Seven Fun Science Experiments to Do at Home (671 words)
  7. The Problems Faced by Science Teachers (627 words)
  8. Tips for Encouraging Girls to Get into Science (639 words)
  9. Why We Need More Scientists (647 words)
  10. Work Experience to Get Your Older Child into Science (562 words)

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16 Exciting Jobs Which Require Science Qualifications

There are many exciting jobs which require science qualifications. Some are even in such hot demand that they are projected to grow significantly in the next few years. They have good starting salaries as well.

Here are some of the top choices:

1. Doctor

The world needs doctors. And as many populations around the world are living longer than ever before, the demand for health care will increase exponentially.

2. Veterinarian

Animal care is required 24/7/365 in a range of locations, from small office-based practices to farms, zoos, animal shelters, and more.

3. Oceanography and Marine Biology

Some of those interested in living creatures might devote themselves to the ones that live in the ocean. Oceanographers study the sea, and marine biologists study the underwater inhabitants of our vast seas.

4. Environmental Science

This is a rapidly growing field as more and more people become concerned about climate change, waste and toxic waste, loss or change of habitats, and more.

5. Medical Researcher

Not everyone with a medical degree becomes a doctor. Some devote themselves to research, such as lab work, clinical trials and data collection.

6. Health, Medical and Scientific Writer

High-quality writing is always in demand thanks to the internet. Amongst the highest-paid writers are those who can write well about health, medicine and science for a variety of audiences, from ordinary people to medical professionals who need to take continuing medical education (CME) classes regularly in order to maintain their qualifications.

7. Biochemist

Biochemists study the impact of chemistry on living beings.

8. Biophysicist

Biophysicists study the impact of physics on living beings.

9. Physicist

Physicists are in high demand because there is always such a shortage. The same is true of high school physics teachers, so both careers can be highly profitable.

10. Atmospheric Scientist and Meteorologist

These scientists study the Earth’s atmosphere and environments. With the increase in mega-storms like hurricanes Katrina, Sandy and Maria, this is a high-demand job that is well paid.

11. Astronomer

If you’re fascinated by the night sky, a career as an astronomer could be the perfect choice for a prosperous career.

12. Agriculture and Food Scientist

This career involves trying to improve agricultural efficiency and safety. These scientists also help trace outbreaks of foodborne illnesses like E. coli and listeria.

13. Archaeologist and Paleontologist

This career is a great combination of science and history while working on digs and determining the nature and age of the finds being unearthed. There is also underwater archaeology for skilled scientists who can work in those conditions.

14. Botanist and Forester

These careers focus around plants and trees. In forestry, husbandry of resources such as pruning, chopping down and planting are all involved.

15. Forensic Scientist and Crime Scene Investigator

If you love crime dramas on TV, you’ve seen depictions of forensic scientists in action trying to provide concrete evidence to establish what happened in the course of a crime. With court convictions relying more heavily than ever on accurate forensic data, this is a growing field worth considering.

16. Pathologist

Some pathologists do post mortems to determine cause of death. This is often part of a forensic investigation whenever a mysterious death takes place. But pathologists can also help the living, determining whether or not cancer is present in a cell sample, or what might be causing your stomach ache by examining a stool sample.

There are so many exciting jobs that require science qualifications, so do all you can to encourage your kids to take an interest in science.


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