Science Up Your Career

January 30, 2018

It’s great to have career goals, but there’s nothing wrong with changing your mind! No matter where you are in life, nothing is stopping you from taking stock, looking around and seeing what the next challenge might be. With that in mind, here are the top three more interesting and challenging careers involving science and technology. From where you are now to Silicon Valley billionaire might be a little bit of a stretch, but there’s nothing better than a challenge to get us out of bed every day. With a little bit of extra training and a clear goal in mind, there’s nothing stopping everyone from taking a closer look at the potential careers out there that might not have occurred.
Although it’s very easy to look at the future and worry that we will all be wiped out by The Terminator, the truth is that robotics are currently changing the world for the better. With ever increasing design improvements and applications, the robotics industry is growing exponentially, with public interest never far behind. From Boston Dynamics to home-build robots that you can buy online, there has never been a better time to explore the possibilities for the future. It would be amazing to be part of something that later explored the galaxy or improved the lives of countless people. Obviously, as long as we can avoid Skynet.
Computer Forensics Engineer
The word ‘forensics’ usually brings to mind an episode of CSI, with blood and gore involved to the point that most people would be put off. However, if you’re interested in a career that involves both criminal and civil cases, albeit without the need of scalpels and rubber gloves, then this option might be something to look at. Primarily involved in computer evidence recovery, the potential for job satisfaction is high, and if you have an analytical mind, then this could be perfect. You may well need to go back to education in order to get into this career, but if you have an inquisitive mind and good dash of creativity, then it may be worth a look. Rewarding and satisfying in ways that most jobs simply cannot compete with, a Computer Forensics Engineer offers a fantastic blend of required skills that guarantee an interesting workday.
Storm Tracker
When you eventually tell people that you’re a storm tracker, they will no doubt get images of adrenaline junkies chasing tornadoes and dodging falling houses. This isn’t exactly what a storm tracker does, even though Hollywood does like the idea of it! Instead, a storm tracker is more likely to spend as much time in the office as they spend outside. Gathering data from satellites and weather stations, you will instead be tasked with helping to keep people safe, and what could be more satisfying than that? The weather might be unpredictable, but you could help to make it less so.

Changing career can be terrifying, but with a goal in mind, there is nothing stopping you but your dedication and commitment. These three jobs are going to be very important for the foreseeable future, and offer rewards of a financial and moral type. Nothing is better than being paid to save lives.

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