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Depending on your specialized interest, careers for Environmental Science graduates can be as varied as the field itself. Graduates can work in private or government resource-based sectors (Forestry, Fisheries, Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas). Specific job titles in this field include Urban or Land Use Planners, civic Environmental Managers, Natural or Applied Science Policy Officers. Fisheries Analyst, Lab Technician and many more.
Generally, most people working in careers related to Environmental Science have completed at least a bachelor's degree - often with specific training or education for their specialized field.
To explore the options and opportunities for Environmental graduates, visit these links:
Environmental Jobs and Careers