Resources: Finding Employment in the Water Industry

Explore Types of Jobs across the Water Industry:

In this section of our resources, we have identified job types and categories that are frequently associated with one or more sectors of the water industry. The links provided under each job type will take the reader to the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. There, the reader can learn much more about the job type including the nature of the work, education and training requirements, certifications or licenses needed, what types of employers would hire this type of worker, and information about current wages and trends.

Click here to review the list of job types in the industry.

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Where to find job openings:

For more information about how to locate job vacancies and how to write a resume, see the section on How to Find a Job.

  • Personal contacts
  • School career planning and placement offices
  • Employers
  • Social media sites like LinkedIn
  • Internet resources like industry publications
  • Professional associations
  • Labor unions
  • State employment service offices
  • Federal Government
  • Community agencies
  • Private employment agencies and career consultants
  • Internships
  • From the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics