iHireEnvironmental tracks down environmental jobs and enables employers in this sector to expedite the hiring process. This encompasses positions for compliance managers, health and safety specialists, salespeople, environmental engineers, permitting specialists, research assistants, environmental scientists (ex: geologists, geophysicists, hydrogeologists), technicians, and industrial hygienists.
As the general public becomes more concerned in the effects of human activity on the environment, this field will continue to grow. Between 2014 and 2024, the employment outlook projects an 11% increase for environmental scientists and specialists, a 9% expansion for occupational health and safety technicians, and a 6% rise in job prospects for health and safety engineers. States with the highest concentrations of opportunities for this group include Alaska, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, and California.