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Earth Science » Career Opportunities

As an Earth Science Graduate you will be well prepared to contribute to interdisciplinary research opportunities relating to environmental issues. If you continue your studies, or study Earth Science in conjunction with another subject, you will increase your employability even more.

Earth Science can lead into the following careers

Soil Scientist

Soil scientists study soils, including soil types and processes, and the implications of soil use.
Soil Scientist

Volcanologist

Volcanologists study volcanoes and monitor volcanic activity.
Volcanologist

Environmental Scientist

Environmental scientists study the environment, and provide advice to avoid or reduce harmful effects on the environment.
Environmental Scientist

Meteorologist

Meteorologists study and interpret patterns in atmosphere and weather
Meteorologist

Geologist

Geologists study the structure and history of the Earth and earth processes.
Geologist

Water Resources Engineer

Water resources engineers design, organise and supervise the building and repair of structures such as dams, canals and irrigation systems.
Water Resources Engineer