What career path should I follow?
I am currently working for an environmental laboratory? I have worked in the environmental industry for a few years now, and have a B.S. in Environmental Science. I am, however, concerned about my income potential with this background, as it isn't considerable. I am contemplating going into something more business related - getting more involved in the business aspect of the industry, or a like industry. I don't know much about business education, and the various majors. What should I study? My friends have told me finance and marketing are important fields to get into. What do you think I should pursue?
Asked By: 15fsg546rge1rrheljh45hjr90459ty3 - 12/4/2007
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I would recommend you take a look at some Federal Jobs (providing you live in the U.S... More
Answered By: Ten Years Gone - 12/4/2007
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I would say anything healthcare related, as the population ages so will the need for service care and such. Hence, nursing - and various other occupations in the medical field. In addition, with the continual pressures from Sarbanes Oxley - accounting has experienced a huge demand in professionals. Engineering too... More
Answered By: mylilbubbers - 12/4/2007
As an environmentalist isn't there things that could be developed and produced to better our world and be profitable to you stay within the field you know but get into development new and better safer and more environmental safe useful products... More
Answered By: Jerry Kenneth Lease - 12/4/2007
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