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    Description: Maintains the hospital in a clean and sanitary manner; Sweeps and mops floors correctly; Completes special cleaning a...


    Description: Maintains the hospital in a clean and sanitary manner; Sweeps and mops floors correctly; Completes special cleaning a...

  • Hicksville, NY

    About the Position: Initiates, implements, manages and supports environmental programs, compliance and licensing activities Respon...

  • Edison, NJ

    Perform/support field studies and lab treatability studies in support of a senior Engineer or Scientist, who will provide clear di...

  • Edison, NJ

    Job Description: Environmental ConsultantTRAINING PROVIDED: PAID TRAININGAre you looking for unlimited growth and opportunity?Look...

  • Flanders, NJ

    Turning waste into a resource Environmental Specialist - Flanders, NJ With nearly 200,000 employees worldwide, be part of a team t...

  • New York, NY

    Job Description: Nova is seeking experienced environmental professionals to conduct Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs). Primary...

  • New York, NY

    Morrison Community Living , a member of Compass Group , is the nation s only company exclusively dedicated to providing food, nutr...

  • Bayonne, NJ

    Job Description: The primary responsibility of the position is to participate in support activities related to field remediation w...

  • Hillside, NJ

    Job Description: Environmental Specialist/SubSurface Evaluator Hillside, NJ Environmental Company is seeking an Environmental Proj...


Environmental Jobs & Employment Information

Environmental careers are thriving in a myriad of sectors within the United States. With a number of entry level environmental job opportunities to leverage, a range number of scientists, specialists and even engineers are opting to venture into this growing sector. Environmental consulting jobs too have exhibited significant potential.

Environmental scientists and specialists essentially use their expertise in the natural sciences to pursue environmental protection. They are usually expected to work in office or laboratory environments and may also need to go in the field to acquire information on environmental conditions. To work as a scientist, you need to come with at least a bachelor’s in natural science. The average annual salary of an environmental scientist in 2010 was USD 61,700 per annum.

On the other hand, environmental engineers are expected to use principles of engineering for soil science, biology and chemistry to create solutions for impending problems. They too are expected to work in a variety of settings depending on the nature of their job. To become an environmental engineer, you need to have a bachelor’s degree in the related field and some practical experience through a cooperative engineering program. Average salaries in 2010 were USD 78,740 per annum.

Both these careers are expected to grow by 19-22% by 2020.

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