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Geological technicians are highly skilled professionals who specialize in the study of the earth's resources such as rocks, soil, and minerals. These professionals are generally employed in the oil, gas, and mining industries. Geological technicians spend several days a month away from home as most of the work is done outdoors in remote locations. As part of the job, geological technicians use specialized equipment to identify the minerals present in collected samples. They then prepare reports to be submitted to other members of the team.
It requires advanced education to become a geological technician. A bachelor's degree in geology, petroleum or mining may qualify you for an entry-level position but the opportunities will be limited. A master's degree or a Ph.D. opens up several more advancement opportunities.
Prospective employers will want to know about your interest in this field and if you know what it involves. They will also want to know if you are prepared to spend several weeks at a time away from home. If you have not had any significant work experience you may have to agree to a training period. One way to be better prepared for the interview is to prepare your replies in advance to the questions you find listed at mock questions.