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Wildlife Biologist research and manage wildlife to help humans better manage their natural resources Though targeted at the young people of Saint Lucia this book presents career guidance information that may be used by anyone the young and the old in search of that second career as well as anyone living outside of the Caribbean Island Too many people do not know what career path to follow or having decided on a career are not sure on how to achieve the goal These books target all young people those at Secondary high Schools as well as those in prison, at remedial school, or drop outs A mistake in one s youth should not be a deterrent to anyone achieving their career goals The intention, as with all these books is to provide information in an easy to absorb manner The series speaks to the reality of funding, encourages entrepreneurship and speaks frankly to the job opportunities that exist for the chosen career This is an excellent resource for the youth that is worth sharing World Bank...

Title : Careers: Wildlife Biologist
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ISBN : 1530515092
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform April 9, 2016
Number of Pages : 36 pages
File Size : 694 KB
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

Careers: Wildlife Biologist Reviews

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-01-20 23:57

    Completely useless book. MIGHT be helpful IF you live in St. Lucia, but no where else. Unrelated information patched together under the title "marine biology" that had nothing to do with becoming a marine biologist. Don't waste your time or money with this one. Mine is going in the trash.

  • Ana Morales
    2019-02-17 17:33

    worst book ever... it seems a high school student wrote it ... it is not a book... it is like a handout it is not worth it

  • Robert mulkey
    2019-02-07 18:43


  • Kiki Car
    2019-02-06 17:56

    This is a pamphlet, not a book. Plus the audience and references are definitely local (the Carribean) and not national which wasn't indicated anywhere in the write-up. Very disappointed since the title looked like it would be of interest to my son graduating college. Not very encouraging when the advice for interviewing is to be upfront about your criminal record (?!)