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Marine Biology is studying the behaviors and relationship among marine organisms, consulting and working to rebuild damaged marine ecosystems, and analyzing the evolution and distribution of organisms and their environments in the ocean.
In order to work this job you must have a bachelors or masters in Marine Biology. If you want to conduct your own experiments you must have a doctoral degree.
Required qualifications are active learning and thinking, science proficiency, microscope experience, and many more
The average salary is $16,700- $124,680
It's expected to have a 3-7% growth through 2020
Possible places to work are in offices and labratories.
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