Do planets, stars, galaxies, and solar systems fascinate you?
Geology is a study that encompasses all the materials that make up the earth, the forces that act upon the earth, as well as the biology of ancestral inhabitants based on fossil records.
Did you love science as a kid?
Meteorologists are specialized scientists who focus on a specific aspect of the atmosphere.
A volcanologist is a specialist in geophysics who studies active and inactive volcanoes.
6. Forensic Science Technician
Forensic Science Technician
Are you inquisitive and curious by nature?
7. Particle Physicist
Particle physics is a branch of physics dealing with subatomic (smaller than an atom) elements of matter and radiation as well as subatomic particles.
The first maps were manually constructed with brushes and parchment, dating back many centuries.
9. Climate Change Analyst
Climate Change Analyst
Climate change is a hot topic these days, both scientifically and politically.
10. Conservation Scientist
Do you love the outdoors?
Are you interested in being one of the people that develop new drugs and medications, such as those used to treat cancer or Alzheimer’s disease?
12. Environmental Consultant
Are you interested in improving the environment?
A geographer studies the earth and its land, features, and inhabitants.
14. Atmospheric Scientist
How interesting would it be to study the Earth's atmosphere and all its inner-workings?
A hydrologist studies how water, water cycles, and water evaporation affect our Earth.
16. Soil and Water Conservationist
Soil and Water Conservationist
A soil and water conservationist is a type of conservation scientist that performs land surveys, designs soil or water conservation plans, creates guidelines to prevent erosion, develops practices for sustainable land use, and monitors water and soil conditions.