Entomology jobs in nonprofit, government, industry, and policy organizations are out there. For students and recent graduates looking to launch their careers, here's some advice from professionals in the field.
Meet Adekunle Adesanya, Ph.D., field scientist at Corteva Agriscience, expert in twospotted spider mites, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
The U.S. Navy's Environmental and Preventive Medicine Units work as "mini-CDCs" to protect public health for Sailors and Marines around the world. That includes managing threats of vector-borne disease. Four Navy entomologists share their perspectives on a career in the Armed Forces.
Ary Faraji, Ph.D., BCE, traces his career arc from class clown to executive director of a major metropolitan mosquito control district. He credits his success to a willingness to take on new challenges, a focus on teamwork, and a passion for entomological adventures. Read Ary's story and find out his advice for success in medical entomology.