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Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

61 careers found

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Aerospace Engineers
Design, construct, and test aircraft.
Anthropologists and Archeologists
Study the behavior of human beings in different parts of the world and different periods in time.
Architectural and Engineering Managers
Coordinate and manage the work of architects and engineers.
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.
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.
Chemists
Conduct research on chemicals using experiments or observation.
Clinical Data Managers
Organize and analyze medical data.
Computer Hardware Engineers
Design computer-related equipment for commercial, industrial, military, or scientific use.
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.
Economists
Study monetary, fiscal, and other economic issues and problems.
Electrical Engineers
Research, design, and test electrical equipment and systems.
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 Health and Safety Engineers
Environmental health and safety engineers create and monitor safety programs to correct potentially unsafe working conditions.
Environmental Planners
Environmental planners design and oversee environmental projects, such as restoring native plants and ecosystems.
Environmental Scientists
Research ways to remove hazards that affect people's health or the environment.
Geneticists
Research and study how traits are inherited from one generation to the next.
Geographers
Study the earth and its land, features, and inhabitants.
Geoscientists
Study physical aspects of the earth, such as rocks, soils, and other materials.
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 Engineers
Create systems for managing production 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.
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 Engineers
Use engineering principles to design tools, engines, and other mechanical equipment.
Mechatronics Engineers
Research or test automated systems or smart devices.
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.
Nanosystems Engineers
Apply principles of nanotechnology to develop specialized materials or devices.
Nuclear Engineers
Conduct research on nuclear energy and nuclear waste disposal.
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.
Precision Agriculture Technicians
Use specialized technology to improve agricultural processes.
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.
Transportation Planners
Conduct studies for proposed transportation projects.
Validation Engineers
Design methods for products to be manufactured in ways that meet quality or safety requirements.