Monday, June 28, 2010
If you have been seeking employment or opportunity in the field of wildlife management, you might have hit a brick wall or two.
That is not uncommon with the state of the economy and the debt laden government cutting budgets to stay afloat.
Putting your faith and career in the hands of the government can be a risky proposition. If you are a new hire and the “low man on the totem pole”, you will be the first to go when the reduction in staff occurs.
Instead of hitching your wagon to a government job, consider the private sector for a long term career. There are many more opportunities to do different jobs and you will not be constrained by the limits of what they have to offer.
A very unique career that is in demand is in the field of Nuisance Wildlife Management. This career takes a page out of the past and puts a new chapter in the book of wildlife management. Instead of controlling wildlife in the “country”, nuisance wildlife today is primarily done in urban and suburban environments.
Wherever a human/wildlife conflict is found, a Nuisance Wildlife Management Professional will be needed to resolve that problem.
You may have some of the skills necessary to enter into this very unique field by your education and training.
Visit this website to find out more about this one of a kind career! A All Animal Control