You probably do your part to help the environment. Maybe you recycle soda cans, pick up stray garbage in the park, or turn off lights to save electricity. Did you know you could make a living developing solutions to environmental problems? That’s right, environmental engineers create solutions regarding waste disposal, air pollution, water contamination, and many other public health issues.
Outlook for Environmental Engineers
Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics National Employment Matrix, State Occupational Projections
The main responsibilities of an environmental engineer include the following: