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But if you want to be a true biological researcher- the people studying how animals migrate, or how flowers evolved, or anything like that- you will have a really, really tough time. My life dream is to become an evolutionary ecologist. But I know it will be a nearly impossible field to find a job in. So I am currently getting my undergraduate in computer science, to keep myself afloat and also make my self more marketable when I start applying for jobs in biological science.
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