A zoologist studies the origins, genetics, diseases, life progression, and behaviours of animals.
2. Zoo Educator
A zoo educator is responsible for providing information about the zoo facility and teaching visitors about the animals kept at the zoo.
3. Park Naturalist
A park naturalist is a lover of the outdoors and someone who loves to share what they know about nature with others.
4. Veterinary Assistant
Veterinary assistants look after non-farm animals in laboratories, animal hospitals, and clinics.
5. Kennel Technician
A kennel technician is a person who is hired to provide care and maintenance to animals that live in a kennel.
6. Park Ranger
Park rangers, also known as conservation scientists, are environmental specialists who work in conjunction with landowners to observe and maintain untouched natural landscapes.
7. Animal Caretaker
An animal caretaker is someone who cares for the needs of animals.
A microbiologist is someone who studies the growth, development, and characteristics of microscopic organisms such as bacteria, algae, and fungi.
9. Fitness Trainer
A fitness trainer is someone who leads, instructs, and motivates individuals or groups in exercise activities, including cardiovascular exercise (exercises for the heart and blood system), strength training, and stretching.