Faculty of Science. Careers Practitioners Seminar. Rewarding careers. Science graduates Have excellent employment rates – higher than 98% employed Are paid salaries, that are, on average in the top 20% of the workforce for their age group
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Faculty of Science Careers Practitioners Seminar
Rewarding careers Science graduates • Have excellent employment rates – higher than 98% employed • Are paid salaries, that are, on average in the top 20% of the workforce for their age group • Progress in their careers towards management and professional roles • Generally undertake further study as their career progresses • Obtain considerable levels of personal satisfaction from their jobs • Would do a science degree again! • Have outstanding opportunities in secondary school teaching due to unprecedented demand
Science Graduates Career Options • Astronomer / Astrophysicist • Archaeologist • Biomedical chemist • Botanist • Dietitian/Nutritionist • Drug designer • Eco-tourism operator • Environmental consultant • Forensic scientist • Geologist • Horticulturist • Industrial Chemist • Land use manager • Microbiologist • Museum curator • Meteorologist • Neuroscientist • Paleontologist • Physicist • Physiologist • Park ranger • Patent and trademark attorney • Risk management consultant • Secondary school teacher • Science journalist • Soil scientist • Statistician • Synchrotron Scientist • Toxicologist • Waste & resource management consultant • Winemaker • Zoologist
Average salary comparison by industry sector MyCareer job listings inclusive of wage, figures may incorporate total package.
Job ready with Monash What is the Faculty of Science and Monash University doing to make our students job ready? Leadership programs Science Advanced Leadership AncoraImparo In2Science Science Student Ambassadors and Monash Ambassador Programs Environmental Science Internship Program Summer Internship Scholarships Science Industry Night Careers and Employment Services Presentation title
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