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How to get ahead in aquaculture

9 March 2019, at 7:28pm

Networking, hard graft, volunteering and being prepared to leave one’s comfort zone are among the key attributes needed by people keen to enter the aquaculture sector, according to an industry veteran.

Speaking at Aquaculture 2019 this week, Jim Bowker, director of research and animal welfare at farms, informed aspiring aquaculture practitioners about the skillset needed to progress in the sector, drawing on his 34 years in the business.

Key among his recommendations were a willingness to volunteer, network and – once you do get job – don’t just “turn up to work to get a paycheck”.

“You need to be smart, productive and easy to get along with,” he added.

LOLS10在线直播下注“At the Idaho chapter of the American Fisheries Society the mantra was ‘we hire you for your technical skills, we fire you for your interpersonal skills’,” he went on to explain, pointing to the need to be organised, helpful and enthusiastic.

LOLS10在线直播下注Bowker’s talk was part of a popular career advisory session at the New Orleans event, which included all manner of colourful tales, not least from Mike Freeze, founder of Keo Fish Farms.