Tuesday, July 13, 2010
You have worked hard and long getting your Wildlife or Forestry degree and now comes the time to search for a “job”.
If you have completed some internship programs during your schooling, this will be a big help to you in the job search. Employers are requiring experience and don’t have the time to train new employees and take away critical time from their core business. Some training will of course be needed, but the basic skills needed to do your job had better be in place.
Today’s Wildlife Management Technician will be a multi-tasker and have to understand many different computer programs as well as be knowledgeable in surveys, management plans and the like.
With the current recession, the job market has dried up in many areas of the country and in many sectors of Wildlife Management. Until the economy improves and the hiring freezes are lifted, it will be a hard road ahead for most job seekers.
If you have found yourself in this situation, have you considered hanging your own shingle and running your own business? In tough economic times, starting your own business may be the only avenue.
Wildlife Management Opportunities are available in the little known field of Nuisance Wildlife Management.
What is this, you may ask? Nuisance Wildlife Management is the art of resolving Human/Wildlife conflicts. Every year wildlife does millions of dollars of damage to properties across the country. Without the Wildlife Specialist to control the “out of control wildlife”, problems would just spiral out of control, diseases would run rampant and people would take matters into their own hands…which are not a good outcome for the wildlife.
If you have found yourself on the outside looking in, maybe now is the right time for you to catch the rising tide and join a career that is both fulfilling and lucrative!
Check out the Wildlife Management opportunities at A All Animal Control. A new career awaits you!