By Michael Fasulo
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Mike earned his Bachelor of Arts degree of Sociology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and his Master of Arts degree in Sociology from Pennsylvania State University. Paul Walker is a principal of Walker Associates in San Francisco, California. His firm specializes in commercial appraisal, asset management, and real estate consulting. Paul has worked with government agencies on several redevelopment projects, assisted in preparing an environmental impact report for a proposed landfill, and has worked with non-profit and government agencies to value natural resources such as old-growth redwood trees.
Employers are typically requiring their workers to have a higher level of education than their predecessors in the same position. Further, it is also not unusual for employers to hire a large number of candidates with some form of graduate training. Increasingly, private companies and government agencies are requiring, as a condition of employment, their employees to take continuing environmental education courses. These classes are partially or fully paid for by an employer and often lead to a technical certificate or even a graduate degree.
Agricultural Technician 235 34. Botanist 238 35. Horticulturist 243 36. Entomologist 247 37. Animal Scientist 250 38. Veterinarian 254 39. Veterinary Technician 258 Page vii Part VIIWaste Management and Environmental Assessment 40. Environmental Risk Manager/Site Assessor 271 41. Solid Waste Management Professional 274 42. Hazardous Waste Management Professional 278 43. Waste Management Technician 282 44. Environmental Engineer 286 Page 1 INTRODUCTION VGM's Careers in the Environment contains vital information on scientific and technical careers for people who want to make a positive contribution to protecting and restoring the environment.
Careers in the environment by Michael Fasulo