Zoologist Engineer engineering Career

Zoologists perform a variety of scientific tests and experiments. They use geographic information systems, modeling software, and other computer programs to estimate wildlife populations and track the movements of animals.
Zoologists make $28.69 per hour and $59,680 a year.
Zoologists work in labs, offices, or outdoors. Depending on the field, they may spend time in a field gathering data and studying animals in their natural habitat.
Their job responsibilities are to develop and conduct experimental studies with animals in controlled or natural surroundings. Collect biological data and specimens for analysis. Study the characteristics of animals, such as their interactions with other species, reproduction, population dynamics, diseases, and movement patterns. Analyze the influence that human activity has on wildlife and their natural habitat.
To be a Zoologist, you need to have a Bachelor's degree. A Bachelor's degree is is roughly 3-7 years in college.
Zoologist at work.


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