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Biological Physics: Sample of Possible Occupations

Agronomist
Environmental Engineer
Marine Engineering Tech
Animal Scientist
Aquaculture Farmer
Environmental Protection
Marine Geologist
Aqua Culturist
Ergonomist
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
Forester
Medical Librarian
Bio-Technologist
Genetic Eng. Research
Medical Technologist
Biochemist
Geographer
Meteorologist
Biometrician
Health Officer
Microbiologist
Horticulturist
Molecular Biologist
Botanist
Hospital Administrator
Mortician
Chemical Oceanographer
Water Quality Technician
Science Illustrator
Commercial Inland Water Transportation Worker

Hydrographic Surveyor
Museum/Aquarium Administrator
Chiropractor
Industrial Hygienist
Mycologist Coastal Resources Manager
Industrial Marine Economist
Commercial Fishing Eng.
Limnological Technician
Coroner
Marine-Coastal Consultant
Neurobiologist
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
Salt Marsh Manager
Wildlife Resources Manager
Science Writer
Test-Inspection Tech.
Soil Conservationist
Underwater Technician
Veterinarian
Geophysicist/ Physicist Toxicologist
Wildlife Biologist



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

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