Be a Geoscientist

Earth is calling…Will you answer?

Would you consider a career that pays you to help shape our planet’s future, pays an average salary of nearly $100,000 a year, and often lets you work outdoors in jeans and a t-shirt?

  • Geoscientists discover and develop natural resources such as oil, natural gas, minerals, metals, and groundwater.
  • Geoscientists advise decision makers on the future of energy and energy policy.
  • Geoscientists are central to solving the looming water crisis predicted with population growth.
  • They work with other scientists to help preserve and clean up our environment.
  • They save lives by figuring out ways to protect people from natural disasters like floods, landslides, volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis.

And here’s more good news: the total number of jobs available for geoscientists is expected to increase by 35% between 2008 and 2018.

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