In the era of the internet, the old "teacher as expert" model of teaching has been replaced with a new model that allows students to explore and connect in order to become responsible for their own learning. Most current adults were taught by teachers lecturing and if the professor did not tell them, then it was not the student's responsibility. In today's model, the student takes consistent responsibility for his or her own learning. If the student notices gaps then the student is expected to seek ways to fill them. It is fascinating to see the difference in learning and teaching.
Future Jobs for each science subject:
Biology: Higher education lecturer, Microbiologist, Nature conservation officer, Pharmacologist, Physician associate, Research scientist (life sciences), Research scientist (medical), Secondary school teacher, Soil scientist, and Zoologist.
Forensic Science: Analytical chemist, Biomedical scientist, Detective, Forensic scientist, Scientific laboratory technician, Teaching laboratory technician, and Toxicologist.
Geography: Cartographer, Commercial/residential surveyor, Environmental consultant, Geographical information systems officer, Planning and development surveyor, Secondary school teacher, Town planner.
Modern Bio: Higher education lecturer, Microbiologist, Nature conservation officer, Pharmacologist, Physician associate, Research scientist (life sciences), Research scientist (medical), Secondary school teacher.
Earth and Space: environmental consultant, groundwater specialist, mining or marine engineer, environmental scientist, geologist or marine geologist, paleontologist, petroleum geologist, geochemist.
Science: Biomedical scientist, Forensic scientist, Healthcare scientist, clinical biochemistry,Healthcare scientist, genomics, Healthcare scientist, haematology, Healthcare scientist, immunology, Microbiologist, Physician associate.
Physics: Accelerator Operator, Applications Engineer, Data Analyst, Design Engineer, High School Physics Teacher, IT Consultant, Lab Technician, Laser Engineer.
Chemistry: Analytical chemist, Chemical engineer, Healthcare scientist, clinical biochemistry, Forensic scientist, Pharmacologist, Research scientist (physical sciences), Toxicologist.