The study of astronomy is the oldest of the natural sciences.
A statistician is someone who uses mathematical techniques to analyze and interpret data and draw conclusions.
4. Naval Architect
A naval architect is someone who designs, builds, and maintains several different types of marine vessels and structures, and makes water travel possible.
A physicist is someone who explores and identifies the basic principles that govern the structure and behaviour of matter, the interaction between energy and matter, and the generation and transfer of energy.
6. Water Engineer
A water engineer is someone who deals with the provision of clean water, disposal of waste water and sewage, and the prevention of flood damage.
7. Civil Engineer
A civil engineer is an engineer who designs and oversees the construction of public works, such as roads, bridges, dams, tunnels, buildings, airports, water and sewage systems, and other large infrastructure projects.
8. Operations Research Analyst
Operations Research Analyst
An operations research analyst is someone who uses their quantitative reasoning skills and ability to think critically, solve complex problems and provide solutions.
An accountant is one of the main players in any business that he or she works for, whether it is a large corporation or a small business.
An economist is someone who studies the production and distribution of resources, goods, and services.
An actuary is someone who uses statistics to determine the probability of risks and the financial consequences of those risks; it’s the perfect position for someone who loves numbers.
13. Cost Estimator
A cost estimator is someone who will collect and analyze data so as to estimate how much time, money, material, and labour it will take to either provide a service, manufacture a product, or construct a building.
15. Aerospace Engineer
An aerospace (or aeronautical) engineer is someone who designs, tests, and supervises the manufacture of aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, and missiles.