Other professional occupations in physical sciences

National Occupation Code (NOC): 2115
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Job Duties for Other professional occupations in physical sciences

Metallurgists
  • Conduct studies into the properties and production of metals and alloys.
Soil scientists
  • Conduct research into the composition, distribution and evolution of soils.
Material scientists
  • Conduct research into the properties, composition and production of materials such as ceramics and composite materials.
Astronauts
  • Command, pilot or serve as crew members of a spacecraft to conduct scientific experiments and research, and participate in space missions as mission specialists to maintain spacecraft, install and repair space station equipment and launch and recapture satellites.

Working Conditions for Other professional occupations in physical sciences

Work may be performed indoors or outdoors, depending on the task or project.

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  • Research Scientist - Ceramics
  • Research Scientist - Composite Materials
  • Soil Scientist

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