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Remote Sensing Scientists and Technologists

 

Study a variety of topics using remote sensing techniques.

Remote Sensing Scientists and Technologists study a variety of topics, such as conservation, homeland security, or urban planning. They do this using remote sensing, which is a technique that allows study of an object without making physical contact with that object. They may work with aerial or satellite pictures. They may analyze data that is gathered from remote sensing technology.


Wages $53.39 per hour on average  
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Education & Training Not available is needed for entry.
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Career Pathways Science and Mathematics
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