Moderators: honeev, Leonid, amiradm, BioTeam
We are very pleased to announce the website's new design and features. As a biology website pioneer in 2001, it has grown to become the world's most comprehensive online database for biology terms and topics. Thus, we would like to invite you to take part in this significant milestone by checking out these latest features from Biology Online.
The largest online biology dictionary with over 70,000 biology terms! Learn various topics, concepts, and principles in biology. Start by searching here.
Get the latest biology news, insights, trends and discoveries in biology and other related research fields. We have over 5,000 articles you can choose from.
From the basics to the more advanced lessons, our tutorials will help you learn various topics in biology. Browse from over 100 free biology lessons here.
We hold one of the largest discussion boards in biology online! Join our community by signing up here or log in here if you already registered with us before.
Thank you and we hope you will join us as the site continues to grow by leaps and bounds.
Biology Online Team
- Posts: 1
- Joined: Tue Jul 03, 2018 9:00 am
- Location: London, United Kingdom
Not sure where in the world you are, I'm in London and after my degree, I realized there weren't many jobs in the industry unless you want to go into academia or do lots and lots of volunteer work to get into businesses such as Zoos.
I actually sent my resume to lots of scientific companies in my home city and got a job writing manuals for scientific equipment. I've now moved on to marketing.
If you want to continue in Zoology just go for it and be prepared to work long and hard and not get paid much, but if you choose something different to remember the skills you have learned are transferable, analytical mind, writing reports concisely, communication, explaining complex subjects in a simple manner etc etc