Zoology includes study of different animal species. A great diversity is found in the animal kingdom, in terms of the structure, appearance and habitats of these animals. Zoology in fact, does classified study of these different animal species.
Tow main careers in zoology are, research and teaching, as is the case with every other science stream. Many of the private institutions plan and carry out their research programs. Zoology research mostly involves study of some rare species or that of a wild animal species, which is never found in areas occupied by humans. For these research programs, institutions need expert zoologists, who can stay for days (or months!) in these particular habitats.
Following is the zoology resume for a fresh graduate.
Sample Zoology Graduate Resume:
456, X Street, Y Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA-90003
To work in a professional and competent environment, where I can utilize my knowledge and skills efficiently, and can acquire good career growth
Summary of Qualifications:Immensely gifted and hard working entry level zoologistBrilliant academic records with proven track recordsIn-depth knowledge of the animal kingdom classification and the respective characteristic propertiesProfound enthusiasm and interests in zoology. Special interest in AnthrozoologyTraveled extensively for academic study, workshops and collected immense amount of information regarding various animal speciesParticipated in number of events of zoological interest as extra curricular activitiesHighly flexible in terms of work timings and work environmentsProficient in using the various biological laboratory equipments and toolsProficiency is using the common computer aided office tools, such as MS officeProficiency in spoken and written EnglishExpertise in using internet platform
Academic education:Graduate in Zoology from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2009)
Academic Project:“Changing habitats of amphibians”. I accomplished this project in my final year of graduation. This was a study review of the changing habitats of amphibian animals. Traditionally, amphibians are live in water or near water habitat. However recent observations show that amphibians are changing their habitats. Reasons for this habitat change may be environmental or evolutionary. The observations gathered in this project may be used by experts to analyze the actual impacts of these changes.
Personal Details:Date of Birth: XX / XX / 1984 Marital status: Single Expected employment status: Full time Ready to Relocate: Y / N
References: Will be available on request