Job and Career Resources for People in Water, Water Treatment and Environmental Resources

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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%.

For more information on careers in the water industry, see Types of Jobs.

What is is in the business of connecting water industry employers with qualified candidates through job advertising and optimal employer visibility. We have been serving the water industry since 2003 and have been a part of the recruitment plan for many major employers in the industry. Job seekers and companies from the following sectors meet here: drinking water, storm water and flood control, water resources and environmental resources, governments, public and private water utilities, manufacturing and suppliers, infrastructure and construction, consulting and professional services, and water/wastewater treatment. has no affiliation with any recruiting firms, consulting firms, industry associations or manufacturers or suppliers.