1. Certified Crop Advisor
Certified Crop Advisor
A certified crop advisor is knowledgeable in field and crop management, spring and fall soil bed management, and seeding and fertility management.
2. Food Product Development Technician
Food Product Development Technician
Along with food scientists, food product development technicians design and develop new products for various retail customers, from initial concept to full production.
3. Food Science Technologist
Food Science Technologist
A food science technologist provides accurate nutritional information for food labeling, does shelf-life studies, tests the safety and quality of food, develops recipes using newly-discovered ingredients, modifies foods such as creating fat-free varieties, and uses panels or consumers to evaluate products.
4. Medical Laboratory Technician
Medical Laboratory Technician
A medical laboratory technician conducts lab tests ordered by doctors and other healthcare providers.
5. Animal Scientist
Whether it be in a university setting doing research, in a laboratory performing tests, or at a farm operation designing new methods for optimum yield and herd management, animal scientists are busy ensuring agricultural productivity and food safety.
Biologists study humans, animals, plants and bacteria to gain a better understanding of how the body and nature works, and how external factors may influence each organism.
7. Molecular Biologist
Molecular biology is a field of science that explores and studies the structures and functions of cells on a molecular level.
8. Registered Dietitian
A registered dietitian (RD), or registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), is a food and nutrition expert.
A zoologist studies the origins, genetics, diseases, life progression, and behaviors of animals.
A pathologist is a medical doctor who has specialized in studying the causes, nature, and effects of disease.
11. Food Safety And Quality Technician
Food Safety And Quality Technician
Food safety and quality technicians review food safety processes and procedures to ensure that food is in compliance to government food regulations.
12. Medical Laboratory Technologist
Medical Laboratory Technologist
A medical laboratory technologist analyzes blood, tissue, and body fluid samples in search for microorganisms like parasites or bacteria.
13. Marine Biologist
A marine biologist studies marine organisms and what they do in their natural habitats.
Horticulturists have scientific knowledge in how to cultivate and propagate plants, and use this knowledge to provide technical information to fruit, vegetable, and flower growers, as well as farmers.