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Meteorologists study the atmosphere to understand and predict weather and climate.
Phlebotomists collect blood and samples from patients for laboratory testing or for blood banks.
Geophysicists use data-collecting technology to study natural processes of the Earth, such as earthquake and volcanic activity, and to locate minerals, oil and gas, or groundwater.
Agricultural/horticultural consultants advise farmers, growers and organisations on business, production and land management solutions.
Chemists study the make-up and behaviour of chemicals, and may use their findings to develop new products and processes.
Ideas on how to relate science teaching to future careers and life beyond school.
Psychiatrists diagnose and treat mental illness and emotional and behavioural disorders by providing psychotherapeutic treatment and psychiatric medication.
Auditors examine and report on the financial records and systems of organisations to ensure they are accurate.
Geospatial specialists gather and analyse geographic and spatial (location-based) information and use specialist software to present it in user-friendly formats such as maps and 3D models.