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Biochemistry: Sample of Possible Occupations


Aqua Culturist
Ergonomist
Aquarium & Museum
Fish Hatchery Tech
Aquarium Technician
Fisheries Conservation
Market Research Analyst
Aquatic Biologist
Medical Illustrator
Barrier Beach Manager
Food Scientist-Tech
Medical Laboratory Tech
Bio-Engineer
Medical Librarian
Bio-Technologist
Genetic Engineer Research
Medical Technologist
Biochemist
Geographer
Meteorologist
Biometrician
Health Officer
Microbiologist
Chemical Oceanographer

Industrial Hygienist
Mycologist
Coastal Resources Manager
Industrial Marine Economist
Dentist
Marine Bacteriologist
Oceanographer
Dietitian & Nutritionist
Marine Biologist
Paramedic
Ecologist
Marine Ecologist
Parasitologist
Pharmacy Technician
Physical Therapist
Pharmaceutical Sales
Public Health Worker
Physician
Zoologist
Science Teacher
Wildlife Resources Manager
Science Writer
Water Quality Technician


1 Excerpted from O*Net OnLine, US Department of Labor by the National Center for O*Net Development

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