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Cool careers without college for animal lovers

by Chris Hayhurst

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Published by The Rosen Pub. Group in New York .
Written in English

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  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Animal specialists -- Vocational guidance -- United States -- Juvenile literature..,
    • Animal specialists -- Vocational guidance.,
    • Vocational guidance.

    • About the Edition

      Profiles the characteristics of and qualifications needed for twelve jobs that involve working with animals.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementChris Hayhurst.
      GenreJuvenile literature..
      SeriesCool careers without college
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSF80 .H39 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p. :
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3938290M
      ISBN 100823935000
      LC Control Number2001003170

      11 Dream Jobs With Animals That'll Make You Rethink Your Life The absolute classic job for animal lovers. You'll need solid experience helping out at an animal .   If you are looking for a job working with animals, there are a ton of different choices. Explore the options with this animal career list. Here is an always evolving list of career possibilities for animal lovers divided into categories. A few careers are listed in multiple categories when appropriate. Watch Now: 7 Careers Perfect for.

      Let’s dive in Veterinary Technician This career is one of the more common careers but don’t get blinded by thinking there is only one type of Veterinary example, you may focus on being a surgery technician, or an x-ray technician. You might choose to work with wildlife or a particular species. Learn more ways to make money at today! 5 great animal care jobs for pet lovers. 5 min read pet jobs for animal care and service workers are expected to outpace jobs Author: Rita Colorito.

        Temple Grandin is autistic, which gives her unique insight into the animal mind. She argues that there are astonishing similarities between how animal and autistic brains work–that both are hyper-specific and incredibly sensitive to detail. This fascinating book will change the way you think about animals and autism. 9. 2, Animal Lover jobs available on Apply to Animal Caretaker, Receptionist, Dog Daycare Attendant and more!


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Reviewed with Kerry Hinton's Cool Careers without College for Music Lovers. On-the-job experience and practical high-school courses are the keys to the professions outlined in books in the Cool Careers without College series.

The Author: Chris Hayhurst. Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love Animals (New Cool Careers Without College) [Hand, Carol] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love Animals (New Cool Careers Without College)Author: Carol Hand. Get this from a library.

Cool careers without college for animal lovers. [Chris Hayhurst] -- Profiles the characteristics of and qualifications needed for twelve jobs.

Cool careers without college for animal lovers by Chris Hayhurst. Published by The Rosen Pub. Group in New York. Written in EnglishAuthor: Chris Hayhurst.

Cool Careers Without College for Animal Lovers Veterinary Services. Veterinarians need support staff to keep their business operating. Rescue Services. If you find it rewarding to rescue animals and help them find new "furever" homes, Animal Handler.

Animal handlers spend the majority of their. Get this from a library. Cool careers without college for people who love animals. [Carol Hand] -- "From working with dogs to horses to elephants, there is a job out there for every person who loves working with animals. And the ones in this volume don't require college.

You might think Veterinarian and Marine Biologist are your only options for careers working with animals. Nope. There are tons of career paths—for all levels of education—that let you devote your life to the care and keeping of our furry, fuzzy (and sometimes scaly) friends.

Check out 32 fun jobs that pay well, and find career possibilities that you probably haven't considered before. Avoid a boring professional life by exploring fun occupations in areas like marketing, animal science, aviation, beauty, business, technology, art and design, the food industry, and more.

Careers for Animal Lovers & Other Zoological Types. VGM Career Horizons, a division NTC Publishing: Lincoln, Illinois. Barber, Kim. Career Success with Pets. Howell Book House, A Simon & Schuster/Macmillan Company: New York, New York.

Sirch, Willow Ann. Careers with Animals, The Humane Society of the United States. The great outdoors calls to many as a career path, and there's a wide range of occupations that don’t require a formal education.

Jobs in wildlife management that don’t require a college degree include surveying, wildlife rehab tech and park ranger. The perfect jobs for nature lovers allow them to balance their inner wildness with the social necessities in one of two ways: the work either offers spaciousness — meaning it pays enough, leaves plenty of free time, and isn’t terribly stressful — or it is a job that is fully immersed in the care and enjoyment of the natural world.

So, whether you see yourself in the offices of a major publishing house or living in the woods working on your poetry chapbook, here are some of the top careers for book lovers everywhere: 1 Author: Charlotte Ahlin. Some college education (at least an associate’s degree) is almost always a requirement for a full-time zoo keeping position, and most keepers hold at least a bachelor’s degree in some sort of science, whether it’s animal sciences, biology, zoology, etc.

Some animal careers involve caring for animals, while others involve utilizing the capabilities of animals for the benefit of humans in one way or another. If you’ve ever considered a career with animals, you will be interested to learn of all the different career options that are available that involve working with animals in some capacity.

Chris Hayhurst is the author of Euclid ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Cool Careers Without College for Animal Lovers ( avg /5. Cool Careers Without College A wide variety of career options exists for nature lovers who do not have a college degree.

Haegele introduces the reader to a wide variety of fascinating jobs available in the most desirable of all possible offices--the great outdoors. A love for animals may be what sparks one’s interest in pursing an animal career, but it won’t be enough to enter the profession.

Find out what’s required to enter this industry, what types of careers are available, and how and where animal lovers can successfully land a job working with the animal kingdom. Animal Careers without College. Cool Careers Without College for Animal Lovers Caring for animals can lead to an enriching career.

However, lack of a degree shouldn't keep you from pursuing other animal-related careers, many of which require only a GED or certification. Complete the required training and accumulate experience. Books about Animal Careers. These books were recommended by fellow zookeepers. Although some of these books are quite old the information can still be valuable.

Our field has changed quite a bit but the behavior of the animals has not. Plus they are just one heck of an interesting read. You may find that some of these books are out of print.

Choosing the best college can be difficult for animal lovers because most schools do not allow pets, and not many schools offer many–or any–animal-related degree programs.

However, there are plenty of small colleges for animal lovers in the U.S., and luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of 25 great small schools for animal lovers. Careers for animal lovers From A(nimal activist) to Z(oologist), these jobs are purr-fect for anyone who wants to work with animals.

unfortunately, a search for these cool jobs don’t turn up any job listings at the moment, Take a look to see if you get an instinct to apply to one of the jobs working with animals below.

Animal activist.A degree in any field related to toy design. Great passion in toys and how toys make children happy. Knowledge of toys kids at varied ages love to play. Fortune Cookie Writer.

How fun is it? Spread your wit and wisdom by writing some one-liners that can not only appeal to but also teach others.

How well does it pay? Up to $70, a year.Books shelved as animal-lovers: The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein, Marley and Me: Life and Love With the World's Worst Dog by John Grogan, A D.