I have a major in environmental studies and a minor in biology and a minor in environmental land-use planning. What types of careers can I get that would pay the most money? I was thinking something either with renewable energy and environmental policy or becoming an environmental planner. Open to any suggestions! P.S. I would like to own my own business one day.
I'm wanting to study something which will lead me to a fulfilling job which has something to do with protecting the environment. I have an arts degree, and I can do a postgraduate degree to become an environmental planner, and I know there are many jobs available. I am wondering - is it a fulfilling job for those that want to see the environment protected?? I am concerned about population growth in my area, whcih is booming.
I have taken a look at government website and I realized that most of environmental planning / environmental management jobs are temporary positions. I am not sure whether this is an usual job trend or not.
Is it easy to secure a permenant position at government with environmental planning degree?
I know that in the future i want to have a job that is all about animals. I have been looking for what kind of jobs there are and i took multiple quizzes but maybe someone can help me. I would want a job that pays pretty good, a job so i can be around animals all the time, and i would want the job to not involve veterinary work because i can't take cutting an animal open...i just cant. but yeah so maybe some one knows a job that has what im looking for. please help!
I'm going onto University soon (hopefully!) I have a passion for politics and was wondering what Jobs can one get if they have a political science degree? List of potential institutions and potential salary would be fantastic.
As always I will give 10 points to the best answer.
Thanks in advance :)
I'm thinking about going geography major with an option in international development peace and security. What kind of jobs could i get with it? I also am looking at Poli sci which is better?
I think i want to get my b.a. in envionrmental studies but not quiet sure of the jobs available for the degree? Would it be a good degree for someone wanting to open up their own organic locally grown grocery store?
Okay, so - my main goal is to do something to help the world/people/animals (like many people!) I considered becoming a doctor, but I am not sure that's for me. (Making decisions is not my strong point!) So, I have considered an environmental sciences major. Would this be practical? Would environmental engineering be better? ANY suggestions? I am interested in stuff like the Peace Corps.
The only problem with engineering is I don't really care how things work... I want to go out and make a difference.
My spouse is about to be a Traveling Occupational Therapist. This means we will be moved every six months to different states. We have the option of staying in one place for longer than that, but we would make more money moving every six months. I have a BS in Marine Science and i am a Licensed Veterinary Technician, but its going to be hard to get a job every six months for me. Does anyone know of a job or organization that would move me every six months also? THANKS SO MUCH!
I am considering switching my major to Art. I'm not sure what kind of job i could get with it though. Is there anyone who has a degree in art or knows someone who does? Any ideas of what i could do?
There are many mixed opinions about planning as a career, many say there are job shortages, others say there's plenty. what is the pay like, taking into consideration it takes 4 years to be fully qualified.
any information about the career would be fantastic, thanks.
Im graduating in 2011 with my BS in planning and was wondering what jobs are out there in the private sector? where are places that i can work with this degree? basically where can i get a job with this degree?
Hi, I aspire to be an urban planner one day but I feel like that`s too much for me. Is there anything else that has similar job descriptions but less work? As well, it has to be something popular too, I guess. thanks for your time!
I'm really into the environment and I've always loved the outdoors and animals. What are some good jobs in conservation?
i mean specific jobs
I really want to start making actual money! I'm to young to get a job and I feel I'm to old for babysitting, lemon-aid stands and little things. I need some cash so I can have fun with my friends. Are there any ways that don't envolve internet survays or something that would not be scam like???
I will be graduating with a degree in environmental planning soon and would like to know of other jobs (other than a planner) that would be recommended.
My GCSE results are likely to be s***, i'm expecting 4As, 5Bs and 1C. So as a back up alternative, what jobs could I get with Emirates airline for example; other than being a pilot
I'm looking for a way to transfer my job experience as a teacher to find a career change. I'm just too nice and hate being stern all the time to be doing teaching. Some kids are wonderful but other's are brats that take advantage of one and I'm tired of fighting them. I'm organized, good planner, like environmental and social causes, love to travel, etc. Any ideas on how to make a career transition from teaching?
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
I want to work with animals and help them out, but i don't think i could be a vet and put them down. what other jobs are there where i could help animals?