other question #3698



Ashley, a 16 year old female from Sherbrooke, Quebec asks on November 13, 2006,

Q:

What is the expecting salary for a zoologist in Canada?

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the answer

Barry Shell answered on November 13, 2006, A:

Depending on qualifications, part-time positions and junior research assistantships are probably available for around $15 - 20,000/yr. Full time jobs probably starts at about $35 - 40,000 for a very junior beginning zoologist up to $150,000 for a senior animal wildlife manager. These are the extremes. The average is probably around $60 - 80,000/year. This is not just for zoologists, but for just about any scientific job in Canada.

Try Working in Canada a Canadian government website that is loaded with information on science job salaries.

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