Asked in Animal Life
Is there a demand for animal trainers?
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Asked in Technology
What type of technology uses is needed for animal trainers?
Asked in Human and Animal Interaction
What are people called who train and control animals?
Do Animal Trainers need to have a College Education?
Most employers prefer their staff to have a college or university degree, even for the position of animal trainer. In Australia, for example, many places such as SeaWorld or various animal zoos and sanctuaries prefer their trainers to have a degree or to have at least completed some coursework in any of the the fields of Animal Husbandry, Animal Science, Zoology, Biology, Marine biology or Animal behavior or psychology.
Asked in Dolphins and Porpoises
What is a dolphin trainer 's educational requirements?
Dolphin trainers need to know a lot about dolphins, especially how they behave. So most of our trainers here at CMA have degrees in Psychology along with their studies in Biology. The four-year bachelor degree is a good start, but experience in training really helps. Many trainers start out by volunteering or interning at marine animal facilities, like CMA. It's a job in demand, so be willing to relocate to and work you're your way up.
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Asked in Industries and Professions, Vertebrates
What animals do animal trainers work with?
It can vary but usually they work with dragons.. I do not know who wrote the first answer to this (they either must have labeled it as a minor edit or been a contributor without a profile) but they were simply answering with nonsense. Animal trainers may work with about any animal out there: from wolves to lions, elephants to baboons, dolphins to sharks.
Asked in Veterinary Medicine
What is the future demand for veterinarians?
Currently, veterinarians are projected to be in moderate demand over the next few decades. However, small animal veterinarians may be in low demand, while large animal/farm veterinarians are likely to be in high demand. In addition, non-practice veterinarians (federal, public health, regulatory veterinarians) are also likely to be in very high demand.
Asked in Jobs, Veterinary Medicine
Will veterinarians be in demand in five years?
What careers with animals are out there?