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Remote Sensing Scientists, Technologists, and Technicians Career Video

Remote Sensing Scientists, Technologists, and Technicians Career Video

Remote sensing technology is used to solve problems in natural resource management, farming, urban planning, homeland security, and other areas by using photographic data. Remote sensing scientists, technologists, and technicians produce and interpret the images gathered by this technology. Remote sensing technicians first determine the data a project calls for, typically on behalf of surveyors, […]

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Where to Look for Data Science Jobs

Where to Look for Data Science Jobs

everyone Ken here back with another data science video are you struggling to find new opportunities either jobs or internships in data science I think this video will help you because I’m going through my favourite places to look and to find new opportunities if this content interests you if you liked the video please […]

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Mathematics, Statistics and Analytics | RMIT University

(Background music) Ever found yourself trying to make sense of an infinitely complex world? A maths, stats or analytics degree might just give you the answers you’re looking for. If you want to communicate complex ideas simply, maths finds patterns and connections and can help to model systems, and develop theories and formulas to solve […]

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Medical Scientist Career Video

Medical Scientist Career Video

In their quest to improve human health, medical scientists study the cause of diseases and test new methods to prevent and treat them. Medical scientists oversee many phases of development for drugs and medical devices. For example, they might develop an experimental combination of drugs to slow the progress of an illness… then design and […]

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CAREERS IN ECONOMICS – B.A,B.Com,Higher Education,Institutions,Top Recruiters,Salary Package

Hi Friends..This is Devyani from Freshersworld.com Today I am here to speak about career opportunities in Economics The process of production as well as consumption of goods, in the same manner wealth being transferred for production and obtaining the same goods is the study of Economics. Economics is a vast subject and involves a lot […]

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Noah Petro, NASA Research Space Scientist

Noah Petro, NASA Research Space Scientist

I’m a research scientist here who studies the geology of the moon as well as the other planets also part of the project science group working on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter I think humans are fascinated by the moon because it’s always there no matter where on earth you are, you can see the moon […]

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Food Scientists and Technologists Career Video

Food Scientists and Technologists Career Video

With a growing world population, the task of feeding everyone on the planet is getting bigger every day. Key to maintaining the nation’s food supply— agricultural and food scientists research ways to improve agricultural production and food products, while keeping conditions healthy and sustainable on farms, production facilities, and in the soil. Animal scientists research […]

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Atmospheric and Space Scientist Career Video

Atmospheric and Space Scientist Career Video

Even before breakfast, and certainly before leaving the house, most people consult the weather forecast. That essential item of news is provided by atmospheric and space scientists, who study the weather and climate, and examine how those conditions affect human activity and the earth. Atmospheric scientists collect data from the field using instruments such as […]

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Labor Markets and Minimum Wage: Crash Course Economics #28

Labor Markets and Minimum Wage: Crash Course Economics #28

Adriene: Welcome to Crash Course Economics, I’m Adriene Hill, Jacob: and I’m Jacob Clifford, and today we’re going to talk about labor markets, a pretty important topic. Adriene: Unless you’re independently wealthy, or fine with living in your parents basement, you probably need to get a job. But how do you even get a job? […]

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My Path into Physics (at MIT)