Careers with Degree in Entomology

Degree in Entomology gives you an in depth knowledge of the lives of insects and their impact on the human life. There are hundreds of degree programs in the field of Entomology offered by various universities whereby you study bugs, but before pursuing the degree you must know that career options are very limited in this field. As an entomologist you may find positions in pest control, entomology field research studies, and forensic entomology, but competition is too high.

Many job openings in the field are for those entomologists only who have a doctorate degree, so if you’re really crazy to have career in the field, be sure to remain consistent in studies.

With a degree in Entomology you can have a variety of choices for your career. You may complete your degree somehow, but if job is not of your interest you will suffer the whole life. If you think Entomology degree is best for you, do consider the possible occupations before making final decision.

Entomology degree will let you opt for any of the professions listed below. Do select the line of work in coordination with available employment opportunities before pursuing your Bachelors or Masters Degree in Entomology.

  • Quality Control Officer
  • Entomologist
  • Researcher
  • Professor/Teacher
  • Research Biologist
  • Research Product Manager
  • Field Research Representative
  • Sales Officer
  • Technical Service Representative
  • Field Representative
  • Pest Control Manager
  • Veterinarian
  • Regional Program Manager
  • Registered Patent Agent
  • Field Crops Specialist
  • Pesticide Control Officer
  • Professor of Biochemistry
  • Senior Scientist
  • Crops Specialist
  • Landscape Scientist
  • Technical Service Representative
  • Insecticide/Fungicide Technical Specialist
  • Landscape Foreman
  • Lawn Care Manager
  • Wildlife Biologist
  • Pest Management Specialist
  • Consultant
  • Project Leader, Insect Control Entomology and Automation
  • Farmer
  • Research Technologist
  • Toxicologist