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  1. #1 Environmental Science Student Facing Decisions 
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    Hello All,

    A couple years ago I decided to go back to college and get a degree. I decided on environmental science. I have an option of four concentrations: ecological restoration, envirinmental chemistry, multidisciplinary, and water management of hydrologic science. If there is anyone working in any of these fields, how does the future look? How difficult is it to find a job?

    My second male choice is in regards to the 4 year college I will tranafet to. One college, CU Boulder, has a significantly better reputation but is a much longer commute and is much more expensive. The second institution is much closer, has a better offering of classes, and is quite a lot cheaper. Is reputation of the college you received your degree from important in this industry? My wife graduated from The Colorado School of Mines and the reputation of the college has helped a lot. I'm not worried about making the most money possible or working for the most prestigious company around.

    Thanks for any input!

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