What level of education is good for getting a job in an environmental science field?
I am currently pursuing a B.S. in environmental science. I know I can definitely get a job with this degree but would getting a masters help with getting a job that is more enjoyable? I am almost to the end of my program and I don’t have the energy or money to currently pursue graduate school (is that even a good option?). Or should I worry more about the amount of experience that I should have?
Lastly, what type of undergrad experience is the best for a career in environmental science?
Submitted September 21, 2018 at 08:39PM by bananassbannas
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