1. Geospatial Information Scientist
Geospatial Information Scientist
A geospatial information scientist is someone who studies and analyzes how people utilize the physical space around them.
2. School Psychologist
A school psychologist is someone who helps children and youth succeed academically, socially, and emotionally.
3. Industrial Organizational Psychologist
Industrial Organizational Psychologist
Industrial organizational psychology is an area of psychology that focuses on studying people in their working environment.
The human brain is arguably the most complicated and astonishing organ in the human body, and disorders within the brain or nervous system can alter behaviour and cognitive function.
5. Music Historian
A hypnotherapist is a skilled and trained professional who, by inducing a trance-like state, helps people use their subconscious mind to change behavioural patterns or ways of thinking.
An anthropologist is a scientist who researches and studies sociohistorical, archaeological, linguistic and biological aspects of humanity, especially as they apply to the development of modern man.
Archaeology is defined as 'the science of the treatment of the material remains of the human past' or as a 'systematic and descriptive study of antiquities'.
9. Industrial Ecologist
Industrial ecologists do laboratory and field tests to monitor the environment and investigate sources of pollution, including those affecting health.
Sociology is the study of how society affects people, and how people affect society.
An economist is someone who studies the production and distribution of resources, goods, and services.
A geographer is someone who studies the earth and its land, features, and inhabitants.
A historian has the fascinating job of studying and interpreting the past.
14. Political Scientist
Political scientists are part researcher, part analyst, and part forecaster.