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Environmental Science Careers   Tags: careers, careers by subject, environment, environmental science, green, science  

A guide to different career opportunities in the Environmental Sciences.
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  • A Survey of Compensation of Life Scientists in the USA, 2008
    By The Scientist: Magazine of the Life Sciences. This salary survey by the American Society for Cell Biology includes results for Chemistry and Organic Chemistry.
  • "Real-Estate Drop Has a Green Lining"
    Jim Carlton writes this article for Wall Street Journal, Eastern Edition; 5/9/2008, Vol. 251 Issue 109, pB1. He says that conservation groups are making an opportunity of the troubled real estate market. By purchasing land from developers who cannot sustain financing of their projects, they are able to turn this land into parks and nature preserves.
  • "The Top 200 Environmental Firms"
    Here's an article by Debra K. Rubin, E. Michael Powers, Pam Hunter, and Tony Illia for ENR: Engineering News-Record; 7/2/2007, Vol. 258/259 Issue 24/1, p32-49. There has been upward market growth in most of the key environmental market segments for four years now, even though some see signs of trouble. This article takes a look at the top 200 environmental engineering companies.
  • "UN forecasts boom in 'green jobs'"
    This article discusses a UN report that says that alternative energy technologies will create millions of jobs in the upcoming few decades.
 

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