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Science

Those working in science and technology engineering have a huge variety of options related to where they wish to work. As a highly technical and logical career path, individuals entering the field will require significant training through a technical program or university. Careers include physicists, sociologists, urban and regional planners, forensic lab technicians, geographers, environmental engineers, architects, historians, hydrologists, surveyors, environmental technicians, medical scientists, clinical, counseling and school psychologists and a wide array of other related fields.

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Biochemists and Biophysicists

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Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health

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Anthropologists & Archeologists

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Geological and Petroleum Technicians

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Social Science Research Assistants

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Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health

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Natural Sciences Managers

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Soil and Plant Scientists

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Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists

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Biological Scientists

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Conservation Scientists

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Life Scientists, All Other

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Atmospheric and Space Scientists

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Materials Scientists

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Political Scientists

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Social Scientists and Related Workers

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Agricultural and Food Science Technicians

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Biological Technicians

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Chemical Technicians

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Life Science Technicians

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Forest and Conservation Technicians

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