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     Manikanta 
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    Workers in an environmental-related field are in high demand, due to the rising commitment to protecting the natural world. Most salary figures are presented as a median value instead of average to more closely reflect the typical salary you could expect within this field. Let’s take a look at just how much you can expect to earn as an environmental scientist, along with how you can make more money in this field.

    According to the BLS, the median salary of environmental scientists is $63,570 annually, as of May 2012. The amount you make depends largely on the type of job you take after graduating with this type of degree. Some of your options include the following:

    • Geoscientists: $90,890
    • Atmospheric Scientists: $89,260
    • Biochemists: $81,480
    • Hydrologists: $75,530
    • Conservation Scientists and Foresters: $59,060
    • Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists: $57,710
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     Rakesh varma 
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    Hello

    Could anyone kindly provide me with the details regarding environmental science jobs salary so that I can make a decision in chossing my career. whether I have to go ahead with the environment jobs or I must just quit from this field and choose other field to devolp and become successful in my career. so anyone could kindly provide me with the details so that I will be thankful

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