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Environmental Science Careers

In lieu of needed changes in the economy, energy production, business practices, environmental issues and governmental programs and incentives, “Green Jobs” have become a common phase in the job market. People with an interdisciplinary background ranging from science, business, economic, and politics are going to be needed to examine and create solutions to complex issues and problems. With an environmental studies minor you will have a wide variety of excellent career opportunities available to you: from environment-related jobs with corporations, government departments at the federal, state, and local level, and environmental organizations.

PONTENTIAL CAREERS

  • Environmental Biologist
  • Environmental Chemist
  • Field Technician
  • Hazardous Waste Manager
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Lawyer
  • Pollution Inspector
  • Refuse Manager
  • Risk Assessor
  • Writer Environmental Manager
  • Environmental Program Director
Environmental Engineer

Environmental Engineer

Environmental engineers develop solutions to environmental problems, be it pollution control, recycling, waste disposal, or public health issues. Their services are employed by all levels of government. Many environmental engineers are needed with industries, including architectural and engineering firms, as a result of environmental concerns and regulations.

  • Salary Range: Salary range: $42,139 – $94,331

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