Green is now even Hotter !
With increasing Environmental Issues, the scope of a good Career after studying Environmental Science is immense
Going by the market trends, it appears that the world of Environment Science is becoming more promising than ever before. It offers opportunities for research based work, attractive remunerations and most of all – satisfaction of contributing to the world’s welfare.
As Ruchi Narang of Amity University puts it, “My father was initially against it. But when he realized the many career options I can take after this course, he allowed me to pursue a program in Environment Science.”
A professor from the university says, “A student completing a program in environment science can look forward to interesting roles such as Environmental Consultant, Environmental Education Officer, Environmental Manager, Nature Conservation Officer and Recycling Officer. Major corporates, NGOs and Govt. agencies are among the top takers for these profiles.” The scope for this career is expanding in view of the various environmental issues that countries across the world are facing. There are strict laws being written to save the planet thus creating a space for environmental experts in various fields that can help the industries grow and keep the environment safe.
In fact, there are various specializations a student can opt for within the space of environment studies. These include Water Conversation, Sustainable Development, Nature Conservation and Recycling.
Just like any other career stream, it is always worth doing a self analysis to judge if you are inclined towards for a ‘Green’ career. Look for the following traits in yourself:
– Scientific bent of mind
– Strong love for the environment
– Patience and ability to work under pressure
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