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Careers in Biological Services

Working in Biological Sciences requires analytical and detail-orientated work that demands to be performed at the highest scientific and ethical standards. Professionals in biological sciences can find themselves engaged in a variety of occupations with research institutions, universities, national parks, laboratories, zoos and pharmacies requiring many different skillsets and abilities.

With the help of technological tools such as computers, lab equipment and sample analysis tools, professionals in this industry are able to complete prescribed tasks such as collect data for research papers, develop life-saving drugs or share their findings via articles and other scholarly works.

Biological scientists provide essential services through the acquisition of samples, delivery of lessons and consultation with patients that help our society to live a better quality of life.

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Biological Sciences Career Profiles

Explore careers in biological sciences, including data on local employers, salary ranges and job growth.

Last Updated: 4/8/24