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Animal Nutritionists Emily and Jade
Training and Education Training depends on what kinds of animals you intend to work with; internships at zoos or veterinarian offices help. For education, you must receive a degree in agriculture, biology, veterinarian science, or zoology. You must also pursue a master’s degree/doctorate in animal nutrition.
Future Prospects Jobs are expected to remain in high demand within federal, state, and local government agencies, private research facilities, and universities. Pet food manufacturers will continue to recruit nutritionists to help educate customers in pet stores about the benefits of properly balanced pet food.
Expected Salary Range Expected salary range: $53,000
Pros and Cons Pros It’s a job with new challenges. They save animal’s lives. Cons Salary isn’t that high Some animals you won’t be able to save Dirty work
Questions 1.What field is an animal nutritionist classified in? 2.What school subject do you need to be the most familiar with when dealing with this occupation? 3.What departments can animal nutritionists be found in? 4.What is the job outlook for the future? 5.What other fields besides agriculture can an animal nutritionist receive a degree in? 6.What are the pros of being an animal nutritionist?
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