Career questions tagged nature
Hi my name is dalton and im in 8th grade and i have been wanting to be a conservation officer and i was wondereing how long it takes for you to become a conservation officer. I was also wondering how much you make when you first start.
I have always wanted to be a conservation officer when i was little
How do I proceed when I have a lot of possible careers but not enough experience in any to work full-time?
I realized late into my college experience that I didn't want to work a math job at all so I finished out my Math degree and am now struggling to find a full-time job I feel qualified for. I have a list of 5 or so potential careers (Including but not limited to: Singer-Songwriter, Writer, Naturalist, Photographer, Artist), but I don't feel like I'm at the point where I could pursue any of them full-time. I'm wondering if I should just get a math job and explore the other options in my free-time, if I should just find any job related to my current interests, or if I should put off getting a full-time job until I get a little clearer in my objective. I'm alright on cash for now, I'd just prefer not to live with my parents for longer than I have to. I'm most likely overthinking this and you probably would need some more information to give a solid path forwards, but whatever. I'm here to listen. Thanks for all your help!
What should I choose? A good environment, top university but in the countryside and doesn't have the course I wanna pursue or college school in the city and having a scholarship?
What keeps holding my thoughts back is if I choose to study in the countryside but I'm afraid that my city scholarship will remove because in the meantime there's still a covid-19 in my country so the classes are held online. If I choose the university in the countryside, I'm still in the city because of online classes since there's still no face-to-face now. And no scholarship. But, if face-to-face classes will back again I will be in a good place. Top, big, & nature university. If I choose a city college school, I'm still in the city but with a scholarship. And, pursuing the course I pursue. #college #scholarship #college-admissions #university #financial-aid #topuniversity #nature
All my life I have longed to protect nature, but what careers would allow me to do this?
I have never been a confident speaker, nor have I ever desired learning about laws or policies, but I love to be outside working with my hands. Whatever career I choose, I would love to know I am making a direct, positive impact on the natural world. #environmentalist #high-school-student #college #high-school #environmental-science #green-jobs #nature #career-path #careers
How do I find a job that incorporates everything I love to do? What degree should I pursue?
I am absolutely in LOVE with the outdoors and travel. My favorite subjects in school have always been Geology, Earth Science, and Biology. I am very passionate about the environment and sustainability. I look forward to all my classes, and I really enjoy being a student in general. College is my happy place, I think because of how much a I enjoy learning. I consider myself a relatively creative person too- I spend a lot of time on art projects and writing. Any suggestions for me? I would like to combine my love for nature/science and my creative thinking :) #science #nature #geology #creative-professions #travel
Do you see a lot of cross-over in the areas of expertise of people with different Earth Science degrees?
There are many different degrees relating to Earth Science, like Geophysics, Applied or Near-Surface Geophysics, Geochemistry, Geology, pure Earth Science, etc, and different colleges offer different ones. I know that there are technically differences between them, but I also know that college degrees can often prepare students for a variety of careers. Do you often see people with different degrees working on the same projects in similar professions? Have you ever been limited in any way by the degree path you chose? Do certain degrees within Earth Science better prepare students for certain activities and responsibilities than others do? #environmental-science #earth-science #nature #geology #geophysics #oil #hydrologist #geochemistry
Careers related to Arts and the Environment
I'm open to suggestions about professional careers relating to arts and environment sustainability. All I can think of is architecture, but I wouldn't want to limit myself just towards that field. Plus, I'm currently in Malaysia, so it would be better if the jobs are available here. #art #architect #counselor #undergraduate #environmental #nature
How can my passion for science play out in a career?
I am a junior at Boston Collegiate and I am extremely curious about the field of science, especially when it bubbles down to the bonds and atoms. Knowing how things in the world work, down to the finest detail, has always made me interested in the field of science, specifically with environmental science or chemistry. I also love working in labs and handling chemicals with tedious steps. I want to make a career out of this curiosity, but I don't know how to go about this. What kind of degree do I need? What kind of job can I get? What does a day with this job look like? #science #chemistry #environmental #nature #lab