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The median wage for a Geoscientist in 2016 was $89,780 per year. A Geoscientist needs a bachelors degree and often a license. Through the year 2026, this profession expects faster than average growth of 14%.
The median wage for a Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operator in 2016 was $45,760. An operator typically needs a high school diploma and license to work. Through the year 2026, this profession expects negative job growth due to operational automation.
Data is from the most recent industry survey published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.For more information on careers in the water industry, see Types of Jobs.
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