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Environmental Engineers

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The services take great care to ensure safe working conditions and a clean environment. A clean, safe, and healthy environment results in happier employees and better work. Environmental health and safety officers study the air, ground, and water to identify and analyze sources of pollution and its effects. They also direct programs to control safety and health hazards in the work place.

Job Titles

  • Aerospace Physiologist
  • Aviation Safety
  • Aviation Safety Officer
  • Bioenvironmental Engineer, Architecture
  • Bioenvironmental Engineer, Biomedical

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Nationwide Salary Average*

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$102,904

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