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June 23 - 30, 2019 - The Appalachian GeoSTEM Camp
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Employment Locations of Graduating Geoscience Students (2013-2018)
In Geoscience Currents #139, we examine where geoscience graduates in the United States are finding employment and if they need to leave the region of their university to secure a job. The regional dependencies are striking, both on where the jobs are, and who needs to go far afield for employment, both of which vary by degree level. Read this Currents to find out more.
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Starting Salaries for Graduating Geoscience Students (2013-2018)
In Geoscience Currents #138, we examine the trends of starting salaries of U.S. geoscience graduates between 2013 and 2018. With tightening hiring in the energy and engineering sector, salaries declined steadily from 2014 to 2017, but we saw a rebound in those salaries in 2018 with the strengthening of the labor market. Read this Currents to find out more about the recent history of starting salaries.
Please visit the Geoscience Currents webpage for more information - https://www.americangeosciences.org/workforce/currents