Environmental engineering is an ever-growing field that addresses practical issues regarding the quality of our air, water, and land and the responsible management of waste materials. A relatively newer field of study, environmental engineering began in the late 1800s under the title “sanitary engineering” at time when people were only beginning to realize the importance of clean drinking water and [...]
Description Supply Chain Analysts (SCAs) help improve the sourcing, manufacturing, and transportation processes in a company. They typically work for companies that engage in the manufacturing, buying, selling, and/or shipping of goods. SCAs are responsible for a number of tasks that ensure distributors and customers receive their orders accurately and on time. Generally, SCAs either work as internal analysts or consultants whose [...]
Do you like to build things? Are you curious, creative, and a problem-solver? Check out a career in civil engineering, one of the fastest growing occupations!
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A recreation planner plans, advises on, and coordinates the use of land and water resources to create inviting and functional outdoor recreational facilities.
A supply analyst researches cost and quality and ensures that the company has everything it needs for daily and long-term operation.
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Road construction worker (entry level) Do you like to work outside? Use your hands? Work with equipment? Maybe get a little dirty? In construction, there are lots of opportunities and many different kinds of skills you can learn on the job. You may learn how to finish concrete like Charlie Meyer, drive a ready mix truck, or operate various pieces [...]
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