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Hey, anyone have zoology or environmental science jobs? Where

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Hey, anyone have zoology or environmental science jobs? Where would you start? Would you get a job in the field first and then go to college? I need to get off my ass and that seems to be the only thing i'm interested in.
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>>2083637
I have a degree in zoology and I own an environmental company.

those are two very fucking different things. Almost entirely unrelated.

anyways, I've never worked in zoology, I'd guess school first on that one though. Not that it'll do you much good getting a job from what I've seen.

environmental science you absolutely want school first. Get the degree, it's about the only way you're getting in the door unless you just want to drive heavy equipment or fix pipes or some such.
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>>2083637

It really depends on your life. If you have the ability to go to school without working full time, that is what I would recommend.

Go to school and volunteer/intern in your spare time. If you can find a related job that will be flexible with your school schedule that would be great on your resume in the future, but definitely go to school first.

Volunteering and getting out there is really important. For one, it will help you focus your interests. I started with animals thinking I wanted to work with domestics, but quickly found out through volunteering that I hate working with domestics and I like being involved with wildlife and marine biology a lot more. Additionally, networking is important. You'll have a lot better opportunities if you can say "Oh hey, I remember seeing you at ____" or "I heard you give a talk at ____ about ____" etc.
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>>2083637
Check out USAJOBS.gov

It's where the federal government posts official job offerings (EPA, Beareau of Land Management, etc)

I'm a Bio major and I got an internship through that
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