The type of profession “man-nature” is associated with taking care of living organisms, their prevention and treatment. To connect your future life with natural professions, you must have a good knowledge of biology, chemistry and geography. In this article, we will consider the features of the professions, what tasks are performed by specialists working in this direction, the requirements for workers and many more interesting things.
Personal characteristics of a specialist
- Well-developed visual – figurative thinking;
- Rich imagination;
- Sober behavior in stressful situations;
Professional characteristics of a specialist
- Independence in solving complex problems;
- Expressed caring;
- Clear foresight;
- A creative approach to solving work issues;
- High level of endurance.
Benefits of professions
- Flexible working hours;
- Moral satisfaction;
- Dynamic work;
- Noble professions.
- Observing and caring for animals;
- A penchant for breeding plants or animals;
- A predominant desire to save the life of animals or plants;
- Interest in growing fruits and vegetables;
- Observation of natural phenomena.
- Infectious and skin diseases;
- Vision and hearing problems;
- Neuropsychiatric diseases;
- Allergic diseases;
- Physical disabilities.
- Irregular working hours;
- High responsibility;
- The need to maintain up to date knowledge in the area of their work
- No room for error
External requirements for the employee
Many representatives of this type of profession wear overalls, but the main requirement for an employee’s appearance is to dress for the season. Since most of the work takes place in natural conditions.
List of possible professions
Professions related to plant organisms: agronomist, landscape designer, vegetable grower, soil scientist, surveyor;
Professions related to animal organisms: zoo laborer, veterinarian, zoologist, livestock breeder, dog handler.
Professions related to the protection of flora and fauna: gardener, forester, beekeeper, ecologist;
Professions related to science: biologist, geneticist, zoologist, botanist, engineer – metrologist.
Work tasks of specialists
In order for you to have an idea of what the specialists working in the direction of “human-nature” are doing, we will give several examples of work tasks.
Ecologist. The main task of the ecologist is to check and correlate the data of the state of air, water, soil with the norm. If the ecologist finds a discrepancy, then he must come up with measures for improvement.
Agronomist. This specialist monitors how plants and crops are taken care of. Therefore, agronomists are responsible for preparing the soil for the harvest, must organize fertilization and properly protect the vegetation. Carry out work to preserve the crop in the event of unpleasant weather conditions, pests.
Landscape designer. He removes weeds, irrigates lawns and plants, forms the crowns of trees and bushes, equips the garden with furniture.
Job search methods
In order to find a job, you can apply directly to large organizations (universities, sanatoriums, hotels). You can also post your resume on job sites, watch ads in local newspapers, news. Post your ads at bus stops and places where there are a lot of people. Do not forget about connections, as through them there is an opportunity to get a more interesting job.
Since at present the professions of the “man – nature” type are in demand, and there are few specialists on the labor market, there are no strict requirements for work experience. Some professions can be mastered even without specialized education. We are talking about such professions as a farmer, milkmaid, huntsman.
Place of work and the possibility of combining with studies
The work mainly takes place in the open air, in rooms with a domestic microclimate, in laboratories. Many seasonal professions can be combined with training, as they require an active work activity in the summer. Some businesses need external specialists who will come and do their job at specific times.
Perspectives of professions like “man – nature”
The population of cities is growing from year to year, and in order to feed people, it is necessary to develop the agricultural sector. Currently, professions of the “man-nature” type are not in great demand. But very soon the prestige of these specialties will grow and new professions will appear. After technological innovation, the working conditions of workers will be improved, there will be more opportunities to increase the turnover of products. Scientists are building these forecasts by 2050, and now, gradually, in small steps, many enterprises are trying to improve the work of workers in this area.
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