Jobs and Career Resources in Water, Water Treatment and Environmental Resources

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Did you know?

The median wage for a Geoscientist in May 2012 was $90,890 per year. A Geoscientist needs a bachelors degree and often a license. Through the year 2022, this profession expects better than average growth of 16%.

The median wage for a Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operatorin May 2012 was $42,760. An operator typically needs a high school diploma and license to work. Through the year 2022, this profession expects average job growth of about 8%.

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