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Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

117 careers found

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Aerospace Engineers
Design, construct, and test aircraft.
Agricultural Engineers
Solve problems that are related to the way farms work.
Agricultural and Food Science Technicians
Work to make sure farms are productive and the food produced on them is safe.
Anthropologists and Archeologists
Study the behavior of human beings in different parts of the world and different periods in time.
Applications Software Developers
Develop and modify computer applications software.
Architectural and Civil Drafters
Create computerized drawings of building features to support architectural projects.
Architectural and Engineering Managers
Coordinate and manage the work of architects and engineers.
Archivists
Preserve documents and records that are historically significant.
Astronomers
Observe and study stars, planets, and other astronomical phenomena.
Atmospheric and Space Scientists
Investigate weather-related phenomena to prepare weather reports and forecasts for the public.
Biochemical Engineers
Develop products using knowledge of biology, chemistry, or engineering.
Biochemists and Biophysicists
Study the chemical composition or physical principles of living cells or organisms.
Bioinformatics Scientists
Conduct research using bioinformatics theory.
Bioinformatics Technicians
Assist bioinformatics scientists to store and analyze biological data.
Biological Technicians
Assist biological and medical scientists in laboratories.
Biomedical Engineers
Solve problems related to biological and health systems.
Biostatisticians
Apply statistics to study topics in biology.
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists
Collect, analyze, and interpret geographic information to study and prepare maps.
Chemical Engineers
Design processes for manufacturing chemicals and related materials.
Chemical Technicians
Work in labs and assist with analyzing chemicals and other substances.
Chemists
Conduct research on chemicals using experiments or observation.
Civil Engineers
Perform engineering duties in the planning and designing phase of construction projects.
Clinical Research Coordinators
Manage all aspects of clinical research projects.
College Anthropology and Archeology Teachers
Teach college-level courses in anthropology or archeology.
College Architecture Teachers
Teach architecture courses at the college level.
College Atmospheric and Space Science Teachers
Teach college-level courses in the physical sciences.
College Biological Science Teachers
Teach biology courses at the college level.
College Chemistry Teachers
Teach college-level courses in chemistry.
College Cultural Studies Teachers
Teach college-level courses about the culture and development of groups.
College Economics Teachers
Teach college-level courses in economics.
College Engineering Teachers
Teach engineering courses at the college level.
College Geography Teachers
Teach college-level courses in geography.
College Health Specialties Teachers
Teach college-level courses in health.
College History Teachers
Teach college-level courses in human history.
College Mathematical Science Teachers
Teach math courses at the college level.
College Philosophy and Religion Teachers
Teach philosophy or religion courses at the college level.
College Physics Teachers
Teach college-level physics courses.
College Political Science Teachers
Teach college-level courses in political science.
College Vocational Education Teachers
Teach vocational or occupational subjects at the college level.
Computer Hardware Engineers
Design computer-related equipment for commercial, industrial, military, or scientific use.
Computer Programmers
Create, modify, and test code that allows computer programs to run.
Computer User Support Specialists
Provide technical assistance to computer users.
Computer and Information Scientists
Conduct research in the field of computer and information science.
Conservation Scientists
Manage and protect natural resources like soil, forests, and water.
Cost Estimators
Prepare cost estimates for a variety of projects.
Curators
Oversee collections, such as artwork, collectibles, and historic items.
Dietetic Technicians
Help to provide food service and nutritional programs, under the supervision of a dietitian.
Dietitians and Nutritionists
Advise people on what to eat in order to lead a healthy lifestyle or reach a specific health goal.
Economists
Study monetary, fiscal, and other economic issues and problems.
Electrical Engineering Technologists
Assist electrical engineers in a variety of activities.
Electrical Engineers
Research, design, and test electrical equipment and systems.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians
Apply electrical and electronic theory to design or build electrical equipment.
Electrical and Electronics Drafters
Prepare diagrams that are used to create, install, or repair electrical equipment.
Electro-Mechanical Technicians
Combine knowledge of mechanical engineering technology with knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits.
Electromechanical Engineering Technologists
Assist electromechanical engineers in a variety of activities.
Electronics Engineering Technologists
Assist electronics engineers in a variety of activities.
Electronics Engineers
Design or test electronic components for commercial, military, or scientific use.
Energy Engineers
Design programs or systems to make buildings more energy efficient.
Environmental Engineers
Design ways to prevent and control pollution.
Environmental Scientists
Research ways to remove hazards that affect people's health or the environment.
Epidemiologists
Investigate the causes of health problems in communities or societies.
Family and General Practitioners
Work directly with patients to prevent or treat health problems that are common in the general population.
Fuel Cell Technicians
Work with fuel cell systems in a variety of settings.
Geneticists
Research and study how traits are inherited from one generation to the next.
Geographers
Study the earth and its land, features, and inhabitants.
Geographic Information Systems Technicians
Assist scientists or others who use geographical information systems (GIS) databases.
Geoscientists
Study physical aspects of the earth, such as rocks, soils, and other materials.
Geospatial Information Scientists and Technologists
Research or develop geospatial technologies.
Health and Safety Engineers
Promote worksite or product safety by using knowledge of industrial processes.
Historians
Research and understand the past by studying a variety of historical documents and sources.
Hydrologists
Study water that is underground or at the surface of the earth.
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Help industrial engineers to design processes to make better use of resources at work sites.
Industrial Engineering Technologists
Assist industrial engineers in a variety of activities.
Industrial Engineers
Create systems for managing production processes.
Manufacturing Engineering Technologists
Work to ensure effective manufacturing processes.
Manufacturing Engineers
Design ways to improve manufacturing processes.
Marine Engineers and Naval Architects
Evaluate materials and develop machinery to build ships and similar equipment.
Market Research Analysts
Gather information to determine how much demand there is for a product or service in an area.
Materials Engineers
Develop ways to create materials for certain products.
Materials Scientists
Research and study the properties of different materials, such as metals, rubber, ceramics, polymers, and glass.
Mathematical Technicians
Use numbers to help solve problems and conduct research.
Mathematicians
Solve problems or conduct research using mathematical methods.
Mechanical Engineering Technologists
Assist mechanical engineers with various tasks and activities.
Mechanical Engineers
Use engineering principles to design tools, engines, and other mechanical equipment.
Mechatronics Engineers
Research or test automated systems or smart devices.
Medical Scientists
Conduct research to better understand human health and disease.
Microbiologists
Study the growth, structure, and development of very small organisms.
Microsystems Engineers
Research, develop, or test microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) devices.
Mining and Geological Engineers
Study land for possible mining sites, and determine whether conditions are safe for mining.
Molecular and Cellular Biologists
Research and study cell functioning.
Museum Technicians and Conservators
Prepare and restore objects in a museum collection.
Nanosystems Engineers
Apply principles of nanotechnology to develop specialized materials or devices.
Nanotechnology Engineering Technicians
Operate equipment to produce or test materials at the molecular level.
Nanotechnology Engineering Technologists
Create processes to produce materials or devices, working on an atomic or molecular scale.
Natural Sciences Managers
Coordinate activities in a variety of scientific fields, such as life sciences, physical sciences, mathematics, or statistics.
Non-Destructive Testing Specialists
Test the safety of various types of structures using x-ray, ultrasound, or fiber optic equipment.
Nuclear Engineers
Conduct research on nuclear energy and nuclear waste disposal.
Nuclear Technicians
Assist physicists, engineers, or other scientists with nuclear testing or research.
Park Naturalists
Plan and conduct programs to educate the public about national, state, or local parks.
Petroleum Engineers
Create methods to improve oil and gas extraction and production.
Photonics Engineers
Design technologies involving light, such as laser technology.
Physicists
Conduct research on the physical world by using observations or experiments.
Political Scientists
Research a wide variety of political issues and test theories.
Quality Control Analysts
Conduct tests to study the quality of raw materials or finished products.
Remote Sensing Scientists and Technologists
Study a variety of topics using remote sensing techniques.
Remote Sensing Technicians
Assist scientists using remote sensing techniques.
Robotics Engineers
Research, design, and test robotic systems.
Social Science Research Assistants
Assist social scientists in laboratory, survey, and other social science research.
Sociologists
Study the behavior of people in groups.
Solar Energy Systems Engineers
Evaluate and analyze sites for solar energy systems, such as solar roof panels or water heaters.
Statisticians
Create usable information out of numbers and data.
Survey Researchers
Develop or conduct telephone, mail, or internet surveys.
Surveying and Mapping Technicians
Help surveyors keep boundary lines clear in construction projects.
Technical Writers
Explain technical information through charts and manuals.
Validation Engineers
Design methods for products to be manufactured in ways that meet quality or safety requirements.
Wind Energy Engineers
Design wind farms.
Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists
Study the characteristics and habitats of animals and wildlife.