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    Hola, soy ingeniero pesquero y quisiera saber si hay algún tipo de oportunidad laboral o de estudios para éste campo (sea extracción, acuicultura o transformación, en fin….se puede dividir en varias subcategorias) en alguna parte de Canadá donde el idioma principal sea inglés.
    Gracias.

    #195126
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    vente pa’ Vancouver donde hay un viaje de fish-farm de Salmon. O para el Yukon. Si no busca oportunidad en Shakasstewan o Manitoba como gerente de cochineras (En serio), ya que esta como empleo en demanda, Y aplicas por el provincial de SK o Manitoba, que es mas rapido que el Federal, y en el federal ahora si no tienes maestria, o un trabajo asegurado te van a pintar una paloma.

    Chao.

    #195127
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    Hola Gabriela,

    No se si ya hablas ingles sino pide ayuda para que te traduzcan esta informacion que te podria interesar. Suerte!

    Most aquaculturists work nine to 10 hours a day, 40 to 50 hours a week. Weekend and overtime work is fairly common, since the organisms must receive constant care. Travel is not usually a required part of the job.

    Income varies widely for people working in aquaculture. Factors affecting earnings include education, experience, geographical location, the type of animals being farmed, and the size of the farm.

    Technicians with training in aquaculture tend to earn more than labourers with little or no training do. Managers of aquaculture farms earn the most money within this occupation, and those with larger, more successful farms earn the most.

    Generally, aquaculture technicians earn between $18,000 and $30,000 a year. Starting salaries may range from $15,000 to $20,000 a year, and will usually increase with experience to an average of between $20,000 and $30,000 a year. Managers and farm owners can earn more than this; their income ranges from $30,000 to $40,000 or more a year.

    Are there many opportunities in your field? What should people do to get started?

    Yes, there are lots of opportunities, especially in coastal areas. A co-op placement through your high school is an excellent idea, since it allows you to try the field out and see if you like it, and also gives you great experience. If you enjoy working in aquaculture, you should be willing to relocate, as the demand is higher in certain areas, especially near the coast. Volunteering is a great idea and will help you get your foot in the door, since the most important characteristic of people in this field is “fish sense,” and this comes mostly through experience.

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