If you like to questions, weigh evidence and problems and you like the idea of your office being the great outdoors, a job as a zoologist or wildlife biologist. Zoologists animals and how they and in their natural surroundings. They usually in a specific type of animal scrutinizing its behavior, diseases and development. Wildlife biologists are concerned with the preservation of all types of animal and plant life as well as with their overall environment. Their work is often geared to managing habitats to threatened and endangered species. Some zoologists and wildlife biologists work regular hours in classrooms and laboratories, so they must be familiar with lab equipment, research techniques and computers. Others their time out in the field enjoying or enduring the same conditions as the life forms they're studying. These scientists may alone or as part of a team. They're employed by the government, colleges and universities, utilities, environmental consulting firms and conservation groups. Most employers at least a masters degree in zoology, microbiology, biochemistry or a related field. Good writing and speaking skills are often called for. But the greatest assets in this career may be an appreciation of living things and a fascination of how they work and interact.