How much money do marine biologists make?


The amount of money that marine biologists make varies with the position that the marine biologist is in. An average Ph.D. entering a job at a university to work as an assistant professor, you would earn a salary of ca. 45,000-65,000 USA dollars for the academic year and then could earn a summer salary as well, mainly from grants. A full professor in a university earns 65,000-100,000 and more for the academic year.
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How Much Money Do Marine Biologists Make in a Year?
Marine biology has many different specialtiesnsuch as biochemistry, microbiology, marine mammal zoology, and fisheries. Salaries depend on the level of education of the marine biologist, the location of her job and who her employer is. Competition for... More »
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