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MY FUTURE PROFESSION

MY FUTURE PROFESSION

Choosing a career is not an easy task. After school you have to decide on your future profession. And this decision is one of the most important in a personís life. With your job youíll establish yourself in life and if you have chosen a career you like you are lucky as the life becomes more interesting. I made up my mind to become a forestry engineer at school and I have never regretted since then.

Now Iím a biology student. My specialty is forestry. My future profession is very useful as well as responsible. Forests constitute the wealth and pride of this country. They donít only give us oxygen we breathe in and become home for thousands of birds and animals. Wood is widely used for providing logs as raw material for timber, plywood, paper, wood fuel or other industries. The duties of forest engineers include control of growing seedlings for woodland creation or regeneration projects, preventing and combating insect infestation, disease, forest and grassland fires. They are specialists in measuring and modeling the growth of forests. Increasingly, forest engineers may be involved in wildlife conservation planning and watershed protection. Forestry also includes the development of better methods for the planting, protecting, thinning, controlled burning, extracting, and processing of timber.



To cut a long story short a professional forest manager should have a vast knowledge of every form of life in a forest from mushrooms to wild animals. A good forest engineers should not only manage but be able to do all the necessary work by themselves: to plant saplings, to act as a hunter and even to operate numerous complex machines widely used in forest management.

So as you may see my future career is far from being easy, but there is no doubt that itís very important and interesting.

 

MY FUTURE PROFESSION

Choosing a career is not an easy task. After school you have to decide on your future profession. And this decision is one of the most important in a personís life. With your job youíll establish yourself in life and if you have chosen a career you like you are lucky as the life becomes more interesting. I made up my mind to become a forestry engineer at school and I have never regretted since then.

Now Iím a biology student. My specialty is forestry. My future profession is very useful as well as responsible. Forests constitute the wealth and pride of this country. They donít only give us oxygen we breathe in and become home for thousands of birds and animals. Wood is widely used for providing logs as raw material for timber, plywood, paper, wood fuel or other industries. The duties of forest engineers include control of growing seedlings for woodland creation or regeneration projects, preventing and combating insect infestation, disease, forest and grassland fires. They are specialists in measuring and modeling the growth of forests. Increasingly, forest engineers may be involved in wildlife conservation planning and watershed protection. Forestry also includes the development of better methods for the planting, protecting, thinning, controlled burning, extracting, and processing of timber.



To cut a long story short a professional forest manager should have a vast knowledge of every form of life in a forest from mushrooms to wild animals. A good forest engineers should not only manage but be able to do all the necessary work by themselves: to plant saplings, to act as a hunter and even to operate numerous complex machines widely used in forest management.

So as you may see my future career is far from being easy, but there is no doubt that itís very important and interesting.

 


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