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Hear my story...
Mandy Beasley
School of Environment, Science and Engineering

Based on your selection, you would suit...

A cleaner and greener future

Not the career you're after? View all career options and select another.

Possible careers:

Did you know? One of our graduates, Dermot O'Gorman, is now CEO of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Australia.

WEEKLY AVERAGE EARNINGS

  • > $1,500
  • $1,201 - $1,500
  • $1,001 - $1,200
  • $900 - $1,000
  • < $900
  • $0
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSULTANT
$1,500
ENVIRONMENTAL
SCIENTIST
$1,500
ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION
$1,500
SUSTAINABLE
FORESTRY
$1,500
AQUACULTURALIST

$900
SOURCE: ABS LABOUR FORCE 2014

HELP CHANGE THE WORLD'S ENVIRONMENT. TRAVEL A LOT. MULTIPLE CAREER OPTIONS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT, WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, FORESTRY AND MORE… PROTECTING LIVES, PROPERTY AND NATURAL RESOURCES CAN BE SATISFYING.

JOB OPENINGS - 2014 - 2018

  • > 50,000
  • 25,000 - 50,000
  • 10,000 - 25,000
  • 5,000 - 10,000
  • < 5,000
  • 0
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSULTANT
ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION
SUSTAINABLE
FORESTRY
AQUACULTURALIST

SOURCE: ABS LABOUR FORCE 2014
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Discover solutions to environmental issues and have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people around the world.

SOURCE: ABS LABOUR FORCE 2014

FUTURE EMPLOYMENT CHANGE
NEXT 5 YEARS

FROM TO
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSULTANT
8.5% 12%
ENVIRONMENTAL
SCIENTIST
8.5% 12%
ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION
8.5% 12%
SUSTAINABLE
FORESTRY
0% 5%
AQUACULTURALIST 0% 5%
SOURCE: ABS LABOUR FORCE 2014

PREDICTED JOB OPENINGS FOR 2014 - 2018...

EMPLOYMENT GROWTH
5 YEARS TO NOVEMBER 2018
SOURCE: ABS LABOUR FORCE 2014

Environmental Education

10,001 to
25,000

Environmental Consultant

10,001 to
25,000

Aquaculturalist

Less than
5,000

IN A SNAPSHOT

environmentCHOICE OF WORK ENVIRONMENT
peopleMEET AND SEE DIFFERENT PEOPLE
starWORK NEVER THE SAME
travelTRAVEL ABROAD
learningNEVER STOP LEARNING
freedomFREEDOM
flexibleFLEXIBLE
graphGOOD JOB GROWTH