what kind of jobs can you get as an environmental engineer?

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    Various jobs. When in college you can structure your technical electives around solid waste, site/land remediation, water/wastewater, site planning, or hazardous waste. All are ever going fields that will always have a stamp on today's and tomorrow's world. You can always find something with an environmental aspect to it.

    Within these areas you can do aspects of it. Some aspects are design, project management, applications (very little to know design), sales, or teaching. All are very rewarding fields.

    Its fun and exciting both in school and in the work place.

    Source(s): Bioenvironmental Engineer. I work in the water/wastewater design aspect mostly working with the nutrient control in streams and basins in rural areas. I LOVE it!!!
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