Physical science professionals

This minor group includes physicists, astronomers, chemists, geoscientists, oceanographers, meteorologists, climatologists and other professional occupations in physical sciences. They are employed by manufacturing, processing, telecommunications, natural resource, and consulting companies; power utilities; research, development and quality control laboratories; the media; and a wide variety of health, educational, governmental and industrial establishments; or they may be self-employed.

2111 · Physicists and astronomers
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Physicists conduct theoretical and applied research to extend knowledge of natural phenomena and to develop new processes and devices in…

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2112 · Chemists
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Chemists conduct research and analysis in support of industrial operations, product and process development, quality control, environmental control, medical diagnosis…

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2113 · Geoscientists and oceanographers
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Geoscientists include geologists, geochemists and geophysicists who conduct programs of exploration and research to extend knowledge of the structure, composition…

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2114 · Meteorologists and climatologists
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Meteorologists and climatologists analyze and forecast weather, provide consultation on atmospheric phenomena and conduct research into the processes and phenomena…

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2115 · Other professional occupations in physical sciences
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This group includes metallurgists, soil scientists and physical scientists and researchers, not elsewhere classified, involved in the conduct of theoretical…

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