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questions for a marine biologist

questions for a marine biologist

Postby radarmoose » 11/18/12

My name is Avery. I'm a seventh grader and I go to Knapp Charter Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In my class we are doing a project where we have to research a career, and my teacher said we need to get information from a person in the job we are researching. I'm researching marine biology. So if you can take your time and answer the following questions that would be really helpful.

1. Do you like your job and why?
2. How long do you have to work each day?
3. What are some challenges in you job?
4. How many years of college do you need for a job as a marine biologist?
5. What do you do in your job?
6. What are some necessary skills needed as a marine biologist?
7. What classes you take in high school to be better as a marine biologist?
8. Will this job still be around when I get out of college?
9. What are some interesting facts about your job?
10. What is your name and job title?
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Re: questions for a marine biologist

Postby Izzy » 12/17/12

Hi Avery, I'm sorry no one has responded yet. I would like to point you to this interview, if you still are in need of it. viewtopic.php?f=9&t=4936
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