Careers for Environmental Science majors

The most common careers people pursue after attaining a Environmental Science degree.

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Based on independent research and Sokanu's database of users, we have aggregated the top careers that people pursue after attaining a Environmental Science degree. Below you can browse our list of careers for Environmental Science majors. If you are curious about your fit with any of these careers, you can take our career test.

1. Environmental Consultant

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Environmental Consultant

Your Match?

Are you interested in improving the environment?

2. Organic Farmer

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Organic Farmer

Your Match?

Organic farming is a form of agriculture that relies on crop rotation, green manure, compost and biological pest control.

3. Urban Planner

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Urban Planner

Your Match?

An urban planner is someone who develops plans and programs for the use of land.

4. Environmental Engineer

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Environmental Engineer

Your Match?

An environmental engineer is someone who uses the principles of engineering, soil science, biology, and chemistry to develop solutions to environmental problems.

5. Soil and Water Conservationist

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Soil and Water Conservationist

Your Match?

A soil and water conservationist is a type of conservation scientist that performs land surveys, designs soil or water conservation plans, creates guidelines to prevent erosion, develops practices for sustainable land use, and monitors water and soil conditions.

6. Environmental Restoration Planner

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Environmental Restoration Planner

Your Match?

An environmental restoration planner is someone who conducts laboratory and field tests to monitor the environment and investigate sources of pollution, including those affecting health.