Environmental Specialists for say, the EPA
Environmental Consultants (environmental scientists and engineers)
I am curious about entry level salaries for consultants and specialists, and with a masters degree for managers and a J.D. for environmental lawyers. assume little prior work/internship experience
also, what is the future looking like for such jobs? will they be in high demand?
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I have an interview tomorrow with an engineering firm in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The title of the position I will be interviewing for is technical assistant/ field technician. Honestly, I really don't care how much they pay me. What I am really hoping to get from working for them is the experience. I want to learn and become a more competent environmental specialist in the future. Money is at the bottom of my list. However, I know I will likely be asked to give them a salary range. This is one of the toughest question for me. If I say 35000 to 45000, would that be a good range for a technical assistant/ field technician in Edmonton, Alberta?
Thank you in advance!!
I have 4+ years in the environmental industry. I have a job interview this coming friday and was wondering how much I should ask for? I currently make $43k but I know my company is waaay underpaying me. I currently am in charge of 5 people and my job title is Senior Environmental Specialist. I just wanted to know, how much would be to much to ask for?
What job involves endangered animals and their habitats? Also, what degrees would I need for this job? Does it pay well?
Thanks so much!
Just looking for a list of programs or jobs in healthcare that require a MS or PHD, that are a little more gratifying then nursing, but that i can still use my nursing degree towards? Perhaps someone knows a good site to look up a bunch of health care jobs and programs? Thanks!
I am going to be starting an environmental science degree in september and I would like to know some good careers that I can go into.
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'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 have to find jobs that would go with a chapter in my Biology book called The Chemistry of Life. This includes sections called Nature of Matter, Water and Solutions, Chemistry of Cells, and Energy and Chemical Reactions.
I have read the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, a DEP handbook designed to inform Small Quantity Generators of rules and regulations, and also read chapters in the Federal Administrative Code. Anyone have experience with this position (or know what it entails) and want to offer up their advice to help me land the job?! Thanks!
I have a degree in geography, and I would like to know if that would be sufficient for a job as an environmental scientist or sustainability specialist, or something like that?
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.
What jobs pay good or are good jobs with only an associates where you can get a degree in a community college? i was thinking x-ray technician. or radiological technician.
I am going back to school and am thinking of getting a Masters in Public Health. I am just not sure what all the kinds of jobs there are out there for people with that kind of degree. Thanks.
I went on their web site and it didn't explain as well as I thought it would. The job that I am most interested in is law enforcement but I want to join full time, so that rules out port security. I would like to get involved with the law enforcement boats dealing with immigrants and drug. I would like to obtain a job with Border Patrol or with the DEA when im done with my tour. What jobs with the coast guard will help with what I want to do.
Basically what is says. I want to help nature and animals preventing extinction in both categories. I am also a falconer so I want to teach about animals as in a zoo. What job field is this and what degree do I need for this area. I start college this spring.
I am very interested in working in a field that has to do with animals. I always wanted to become a vet but i would have to go to school across the state and i really don't think that would work for me. But I was wondering what other kind of jobs are there that work with animals that make a decent amount of money?
Thanks for you help!
I can't seem to find a list of careers you can have in wildlife conservation. I'm considering being a biology major with an emphasis in either ecology or zoology. Can anyone give me some insight on the types of jobs you can have in protecting the environment?
I have a particular passion for animals but i would love any job working to help the environment. what kind of jobs are out there?
What are some in-demand or soon-to-be-in demand green jobs which involve improving the earth's environment? What do you have to major in college for that?