An archaeologist studies past cultures and people: how they lived, what they ate, how they were organized socially and politically, what they made, and where they lived.Explore!
An architect is an organizer of space in both two and three dimensions.Explore!
Astronomers (as well as astrophysicists and space scientists) study objects and environments beyond the surface and atmosphere of Earth.Explore!
A biologist studies the origin, relationship, development, anatomy, and/or functions of living organisms ranging in size from microscopic to large.Explore!
A business manager directs or plans the work of others in order to run a business at a profit.Explore!
Chemists are physical scientists that specialize in the study of matter.Explore!
Computer engineers design and build computer hardware. Computer scientists (or software engineers) write computer programs.Explore!
A dentist diagnoses and treats diseases and trauma to the teeth, gums, and jaw bones.Explore!
An ecologist studies the interactions between organisms and their past, present, and future environments.Explore!
An engineer applies math and science principles to practical problems.Explore!
A lab technician is someone who has learned the practical details and special techniques that are required in a modern scientific laboratory.Explore!
An environmental scientist works to prevent contamination of the environment.Explore!
Also known as the field engineer, customer engineer, computer service technician, service representative, or “that gal/guy who fixes these things.”Explore!
A geologist is a scientist that studies the earth—its origin, history, and structure.Explore!
Health physics is devoted to protecting people and the environment from radiation hazards.Explore!
A histologist is a laboratory professional who has received specialized training in preparing human, animal, plant or other samples for examination and diagnosis.Explore!
The job of the hydrologist is to solve problems of water quality, quantity, and availability.Explore!
An investment analyst gathers pertinent facts on the past performance of companies.Explore!
A lawyer helps others resolve legal disputes.Explore!
Materials scientists and engineers work with the materials involved in manufacturing all products used in our society.Explore!
A mathematician uses numbers and symbols in many ways, from creating new theories to translating scientific and technical problems into mathematical terms.Explore!
Medical technology is concerned with laboratory tests used in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.Explore!
A medical doctor is a practitioner of the healing arts.Explore!
Oceanographers share an excitement, curiosity, and sense of adventure in exploring planet Earth’s largest environment.Explore!
A patent agent helps inventors or owners of inventions get patents on their inventions.Explore!
A pharmacist works with drugs in their preparation and use to cure, control, and prevent illness.Explore!
A PA is a health professional to practice medicine with the supervision of a doctor.Explore!
A physicist studies how the universe works.Explore!
A psychologist studies behavior and learning using observation, experimentation, and survey techniques.Explore!
A statistician collects and analyzes data, but there are many creative aspects of this work.Explore!
Technical communicators produce material that conveys scientific and technical information precisely, accurately, and clearly.Explore!
A toxicologist studies the adverse effects of chemical agents on biological systems.Explore!
A veterinarian is a surgeon, a dentist, a radiologist, an internist, an ophthalmologist, a neurologist, and a pathologist for animals.Explore!