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Hi, We found 29 relevant occupations of your interest (Science, Technology, IT & ITES)

Chemical Scientist

Chemical scientists are professionals who specialize in the field of chemistry or the material sciences. They study various chemical elements, their compounds in terms of their properties and how they react with each other. Chemical scientists also conduct experiments to understand the composition of new substances in order to synthesize them in larger...

Computer Programmer

Computer programmers create software programmes by writing codes for computers to follow. They are also involved in rewriting, debugging, maintaining and testing software and programmes. Usually the programme is designed by software developers or engineers. It is the job of the computer programmer to convert this programme design into instructions that the...

Food Technologist

A food technologist studies, develops and manages the production of a variety of food products. He/she studies the physical, chemical, biological and nutritional properties of food, and uses this knowledge to develop or enhance the materials, processes and technologies involved in making foods and beverages. A food technologist needs to make sure that the...

Mathematicians, Statisticians and Related Professionals

Mathematicians use their proficiency in advanced mathematics to understand and develop mathematical principles, analyse and interpret data, and solve real world problems. Statistics is a sub-field of maths, born from the specific sphere called probability. Statisticians collect, analyse and interpret quantitative data. They employ mathematical techniques to...

Physical Scientists

- Physical scientists study non-living systems to unravel how the physical world works and do so within a specialized field of study. Physical sciences broadly cover physics, chemistry, astronomy, geosciences, mathematics, materials science and meteorology. Physical scientists mainly work in laboratories, sometimes even in the natural environment, where...

Research Scientist

Research scientists are professionals who make a hypothesis, collect data, carry out experiments and investigations and investigate results to broaden scientific knowledge in the fields of natural medical computer environmental and social science. Research scientists therefore include biologists, chemists, computer scientists, environmental scientists,...

Computer Science Engineer

Computer science engineers specialize in software design, hardware design or systems that integrate both. They are hired for varied services that focus on computing in all forms from microprocessors to embedded computing devices to laptop and desktop systems and supercomputers. They may develop new computer games, business applications or even entirely new...

Biologist

Biological scientists study living organisms, learn how they work, interact with each other and evolve, and use these discoveries to create a better way of living. As with other scientists, biologists conduct research based on scientific methods, experimentation and documentation of methods and data. The Biological Sciences encompass an array of...

Botanist

Botanists are scientists who study the biological structure and function of all plant life. They are knowledgeable about the growth, reproduction, population and commercial value of plants and their task is to identify, classify, record and monitor new and known plant species. They are also involved in managing botanical collections and researching the...

Chemist

As scientists who study chemistry, these professionals are trained to understand the atomic and molecular composition of matter and observe and comprehend the way chemicals react with each other. Chemists measure the various properties of substances and use their knowledge to reproduce these substances in larger, synthesized quantities. They also generate...
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