A soil conservationist works with property owners to determine how to use land without damaging it. They may help communities overcome problems after fires or erosion-related issues as well as work with farmers to improve their land.
A four-year bachelor's degree in environmental science or a related degree is required to obtain this position. A graduate degree (master's or doctorate) in a similar field, which may take an additional two-five years to earn, may be required to work in research.
The job outlook for this position looks good over the next 10 years, keeping in mind that geographical differences may exist.
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Soil conservationists typically work for the government. This work requires a lot of outdoor work while gathering soil samples.
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