Ecologists study plants and animals in their environment, and may use computer modelling techniques to predict future population growth or decline.
Most ecologists work for:
Competition is fierce for jobs in ecological research, as there are more graduates than roles available. Many people work on short-term contracts, which may help them get more permanent jobs in the future.
Ecologists generally earn:
Key tertiary qualifications for ecologists include:
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