How much can I make in a Career in Evolutionary Bi

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  1. How much can I make in a Career in Evolutionary Biology?
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  3. Career in Evolutionary Biology
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  5. A Career in Evolutionary Biology has always intrigued me. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to find information about What Evolutionary Biology actually is. Most pages on the internet just talk about How to get into Evolutionary Biology. I was Googling about a Career in Evolutionary Biology and was lucky to find: https://www.lifepage.in/career/20180724-0001/Science/Ecology/Career-in-Evolutionary-Biology/english
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  7. Vishnupriya Kolipakam's perspective!
  8. Vishnupriya Kolipakam invested 5 years & 7 months in Evolutionary Biology. Vishnupriya Kolipakam has worked in Evolutionary Biology as Scientist C in Wildlife Institute of India. In Vishnupriya Kolipakam's own words, this is how Vishnupriya Kolipakam got into Evolutionary Biology: "I have done B Sc in Biotechnology) from Bharathiar University and M Sc in Bioscience from University of Leads, UK. I then did Ph D in Evolutionary Biology from Maxplanck Institute, Germany & Netherlands. I am a population geneticist with a strong interest in Evolutionary Biology, Molecular Anthropology and Conservation Genetics. For my PhD from Max Planck Institute (Nijmegen), I looked at incorporating information on genes, language and culture in a consilient framework towards a holistic approach to understanding pre-history. I used population genetic modelling, coalescent simulations, forward simulation techniques and phylogenetics to understand the pre-history of Polynesian and Dravidian Societies. My research interests are largely interdisciplinary, working at the interface of evolutionary biology, anthropology and conservation biology. I worked on the mitochondrial DNA stratigraphy of Islands of Southeast Asia (University of Leeds, United Kingdom), population genetics of northeastern hill tribes, and molecular ecology of large carnivores(National Centre for Biological Sciences , Bangalore), and the anthropological and evolutionary nature of perceptions of human wildlife conflict in semi-arid areas of India, (Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science). I have been associated with the Monitoring Tigers, Co-Predators, Prey and their Habitat project here at the Wildlife Institute. My role was to lead the genetic component of the project, wherein we used molecular techniques to understand the genetic diversity of large carnivores across the country. I continue to contribute to this aspect of the project. I am currently associated with projects investigating the population genetic structure of large carnivores, characterization of genetic diversity of Asiatic lions, and population genetic characteristics and phylogeography of the Gangetic river dolphin. My interest lies in exploring the evolutionary trajectories of biological systems, adaptive functions and their consequences, and the use of this information in making scientifically sound conservation interventions. I am specialized in Evolutionary Biology, Population Genetics, Phylogenetics, and Molecular Anthropology. I am Scientist C and Faculty at Wildlife Institute of India." Vishnupriya Kolipakam has a profile in a very interesting format on: https://www.lifepage.in/page/vishnupriyakolipakam
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  10. Career Video on Evolutionary Biology
  11. In a video, Vishnupriya Kolipakam has talked about various aspects of a Career in Evolutionary Biology. Vishnupriya Kolipakam started by explaining Evolutionary Biology as: "Evolutionary biology is the subfield of biology that studies the evolutionary processes that produced the diversity of life on Earth, starting from a single common ancestor. These processes include natural selection, common descent, and speciation." The video gave me so much food for thought.
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  14. I found the video unique because it talked about Education in terms of things which can be learnt from books, to excel at a Career in Evolutionary Biology and not as a list of Qualifications, which one needs to get into Evolutionary Biology. Vishnupriya Kolipakam touches upon these in the Education section of the Video:
  15. Statistics
  16. Ecology
  17. Anthropology
  18. Molecular Biology
  19. Population Genetics
  20. Basic Biology
  21. Sills and success goes hand in hand. One needs to get a hold of essential skills.
  22. Vishnupriya Kolipakam then explains why these Skills are essential for a Career in Evolutionary Biology:
  23. Programming Skills
  24. Data Analysis
  25. Reading & Writing Skills
  26. Communication Skills
  27. Lab Skills
  28. Positives of this Career are quite interesting.
  29. Vishnupriya Kolipakam believes that the following are some of the Positives of a Career in Evolutionary Biology:
  30. Research Opportunity
  31. Travelling
  32. Sense of Satisfaction
  33. Application of Knowledge & Skills
  34. It is important that one develops a fair understanding of the Challenges of this Career.
  35. And, Vishnupriya Kolipakam believes that one needs to prepare for following Challenges of a Career in Evolutionary Biology:
  36. Dealing with Administration
  37. Lack of Funds
  38. Tough Field Conditions
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  40. In the final section of the video Vishnupriya Kolipakam talks about How a day goes in a Career in Evolutionary Biology. This video is by far the best video on a Career in Evolutionary Biology, that I have ever come across. To see the full Talk, one needs to install the LifePage Career Talks App. Here is a direct deep link of the Video: https://lifepage.app.link/20180724-0001
  41. Career Counseling 2.0
  42. This video on a Career in Evolutionary Biology opened my eyes to a completely new perspective and got me interested in LifePage. LifePage is Career Counseling 2.0 - while most platforms continue to use age old psychometric tests to identify hidden skills and interests of individuals. LifePage has turned the tables completely with an Awareness based approach. Read about them on: https://www.lifepage.in
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  45. I continued with my research on LifePage and thoroughly studied these links to gain more perspective:
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