Fishery manager Fishery Managers oversee the activities at a fishery, such as the wellness or health of the fish.

The average salary for a Fishery Manager is about $43,480. The lowest-tier salaries averaged around $31,700, while the top-tier salaries averaged around $124,160.

Most Fishery Managers are required to have a Bachelor's degree, particularly in the Natural Sciences, Aquaculture, Technology, or other related field.

The U.S. has about 34,510 fishery managers employed as of May 2016

The job outlook for being a Fishery Manager is expected to decline by 19% over the next ten years.

Fisheries management uses science to formulate rules and regulations that define where and how many fish can be caught each year.

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