Study physical aspects of the earth, such as rocks, soils, and other materials.
Geoscientists study the composition, structure, and other aspects of the earth. They may use geology, physics, and math knowledge in their work. This career does not include scientists who study water (see Hydrologists) or geography (see Geographers).
|Wages||$33.58 per hour on average|
|Outlook||The outlook is Good|
|Education & Training||Bachelor's degree is needed for entry.|
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|Career Pathways||Science and Mathematics|
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