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How hard is it to become a paleontologist?

I'm a junior, and I'm interested to become a paleontologist. I've learned a lot about the evolution of animals and how they adapted to survive. I also learned about fossils and about different types of minerals in rocks....



Active Mar 09 at 09:31

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Posted by Timmy S.
Jordan Pelfrey | Geologist/ Gas Technician at Advanced Disposal Services, Inc. ... Hi Timmy, Being a paleontologist takes a lot of hard work, but ...

What should I consider as my major if I want to working in paleontology?

I'm looking forward to working on something about paleontology but I don't know which job I want to do exactly.So what should I study in college?And do you have any college recommend?Thanks. #college-major...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:59

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Posted by Yuyang Z.
Frank Lemmon | Sr. Test Engineer at Chegg Inc. Hi Yuyang, I recommend checking with a guidance counselor at your ...

What college education do you need to be a paleontologist?

This is the career I seek to pursue and would like some back up information. #paleontology...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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Posted by James G.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive James, check the link below.

If I want to be a paleontologist, would it be better to minor in geology or biology?

I have always wanted to study earth and its history, and paleontology mixes my love for biology and geology together. #biology #geology...



Active Dec 15 '17 at 01:40

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Posted by Brendan G.
Dewi Larasati, CPG | Senior Geologist |Conventional-Unconventional|Reservoir Characterization|Field Development|3D Geo-cellular Modeling| If you want to study the earth and its history the ...

Are there any good schools for paleontology in California?

Also - What can I do to make me stand out? #paleontology #science #college #career...



Active Oct 25 '17 at 07:11

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Posted by angel M.
Vernon Turner | Independent Writing and Editing Professional Yes!! UC Berkeley is excellent. UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, UCLA ...

Are there any jobs I can do for paleontology that aren't teaching positions?

Are the only things available professor positions that are sponsored by colleges to go dig up bones? #college #university-teaching #archeology #paleontology #education #career #career-counseling...



Active Oct 28 '17 at 00:15

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Posted by angel M.
Vernon Turner | Independent Writing and Editing Professional Well, you can work in museums, but they hire only those ...

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