Most forest and conservation workers have a bachelor's degree. The most common area of study is Environmental Science.

What degrees do forest and conservation workers have?

The most common degree held by forest and conservation workers is Environmental Science, held by 12% of forest and conservation workers.

Get a detailed breakdown of forest and conservation workers and the different types of degrees they hold:

Degrees that forest and conservation workers hold

Degrees % of forest and conservation workers
Environmental Science 12%

What level of education do forest and conservation workers have?

Forest and Conservation Workers often have similar levels of education. 58% of forest and conservation workers have a bachelor's degree, with the second most common being a certificate or associate degree at 28%.

Level of education that forest and conservation workers have

Education % of forest and conservation workers
No education 5%
High school diploma 8%
Certificate or associate degree 28%
Bachelor's degree 58%
Master's degree 0%
Doctorate 0%