Here are the career tips for medical microbiologist, commercial pilot and air traffic controller jobs:
Commercial Pilots: A lucrative career
Only very few of us might know the exact meaning of aviation…it is the science involved in design, development, production, operation, use of aircrafts. Most of the work is carried out by using heavier aircrafts. It has two parts- commercial and military. Commercial comprises of passenger airlines, cargo planes, international air services, air taxi, and charter. While military part of any country have its own different wings.
Presently there are huge vacancies demanding commercial pilots and the supply is far less than the demand. So this career will be one of the booming careers in the near future. According to International Civil Aviation Organization, the increasing number of passengers had already increased the number of commercial flights and about 49,900 pilots’ vacancies will be available every year. Another company of US, Boeing, revealed that in coming 20 years about 1, 80,600 pilots and 2, 20,000 maintenance Cruz will be required.
This career is said to be one of the best career in terms of salary. A good career is waiting ahead for you, don’t miss an opportunity to grab it!
The Traffic man in the air: Air Traffic Controller
Air traffic controller maintains safe and orderly flow of air traffic in the air. This is a career which requires a great skill, full attention and commitment to your work, because a single, small mistake of yours can endanger lives of many people. There are various rules which have to be followed and these rules may vary from country to country. It is considered as one of the most difficult and stressful job in terms of equipment, configurations, weather, traffic volume, human factors, etc.
They have many terms used for them all over the world as air traffic control officers (ATCOs), air traffic control specialists, or simply controllers; United States frequently refers to them as air controllers, or flight controllers, air traffic controllers. Their work deals with managing safe take off, landing and route navigation.
The salary is also very good and as you develop skills, salary hikes automatically.
Over what all you need is quick decision making tendency, sharp mindedness, full attention and concentration. If you have these qualities in you, you can be the part of the sky world.
Career tips for medical microbiologist
This is one of the fast emerging careers nowadays and will rise high till it reaches the peak. Microbiology is that part of biological sciences, which deals with the study of the study of very minute organisms, generally not visible through the naked eyes. These very small organisms are called microorganism and the person studying them is called microbiologist. As there is almost uncountable number of microorganisms present on the earth, every now and then new microorganisms are being discovered, and it needs knowledge power to know them, their behavior, their characteristics, and finally classify them into various different categories. To fulfill these requirements, more and more demand of microbiologists is increasing.
A medical microbiologist is the one who deals with the study of the microorganisms which are actually pathogens and causes diseases. The various medicines and drugs available for a particular disease, comes after these tests only.
If you are really interested in making this all time fascinating field as your career, then you have to do masters in the relevant areas as biotechnology, microbiology, clinical microbiology, immunology, cell biology, followed by doctors degree (PhD) in that field. Then you may be appointed as a scientist.