From the Back Cover
What can I do with a degree in environmental studies?
The first step toward the rest of your life starts with that question, and the answer is right here. Get on the right path now for a satisfying and rewarding career in environmental studies by learning to match your skills and interests with exciting employment opportunities. Great Jobs for Environmental Studies Majors will help you:
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- Assess your strengths and interests
- Choose the ideal location
- Establish your standard of living
- Explore unusual career paths
- Identify the best employers
- Set a strategy for getting the job you want
About the Author
Julie A. DeGalan worked as a college administrator and career counselor for more than twenty years. During that time, she codesigned and coauthored the first four books in the Great Jobs series with Stephen Lambert. She is currently employed as an engineering project leader for a company that provides electronic data for geographic information systems and location-based services.
Bryon D. Middlekauff is a professor of geography at Plymouth State College. He serves as a resource for statewide environmental issues, and he recently completed a guest lectureship at England's University of Wolverhampton in the environmental studies program.