List of scientific occupations
This is a list of science and science-related occupations, which include various scientific occupations, careers based upon scientific research disciplines and explorers.
- Educational technologist 
- Engineering technician
- Engineering technologist
- Chemical engineer
- Aeronautical engineer
- Petrochemical engineer
- Biomedical engineer
- Mechanical engineer
- Electrical engineer
- Computational scientist
- Mathematician  – A person with an extensive knowledge of mathematics, a field that has been informally defined as being concerned with numbers, data, collection, quantity, structure, space and calculus.
General Scientific occupations
- Gentleman scientist – A financially independent scientist who pursues scientific study as a hobby
- Government scientist
- Healthcare science
- Hiwi – A German abbreviation for "assistant scientist"
- School science technician
- Science attaché  – A member of a diplomatic mission (usually an embassy) that focuses on scientific and technical matters
- Scientist 
- Research fellow 
- Forensic Scientist
- Biomedical scientist 
- Medical laboratory scientist
- Ecologist 
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- "Research fellow in science"
- "forensic scientist"
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