Animal Sciences & Wildlife Conservation

Animal Sciences & Wildlife Conservation

A common theme of this career community is a desire to work with live animals and marine life and/or engage in activities that allow humans to understand more about them.  Individuals who are drawn to this career community are often pursuing coursework in the life sciences, ecology, studying environmental policies and affairs related to conservation, forestry and wildlife management.  Examples of jobs related to these interests are career paths that might lead to jobs as a veterinarian, wildlife rehabilitator, animal caretaker/groomer, zoologist, wildlife biologist, agricultural manager, animal scientist, and farmworker.

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