Careers

Administrative Analyst: Average salary is $71,000. A 4-year college degree is needed. Workers go to a house or building to see how much a person must pay for water or how much they can use.

Chemical Engineer: Yearly salary is $78,475, 4-5 year chemical engineering degree and a Professional Engineering (P.E) license are required. They collect water and check if it’s purified.They then see if it’s safe for humans to use for industrial makings.

Civil Engineer: Average salary is between $75,000-78,000, like most degrees, you need a 4-5 year civil engineering degree. You also need a P.E. or a training license. They build and/or design dams, bridges, aqueducts, and ways to store and deliver water.

Environmental and Mechanical Engineer: Require  4-5 years of college, a P.E license and annual salary ranges from $72,000-$82,000.

Health and Safety Officer: Yearly salary is about $74,000. You need  law and science degrees and for engineering. Making sure if the drinking water, or any type of water, is safe to drink or use and still be safe and healthy from it.

Education Resources Specialist: Yearly salary could not be found. You need experience in teaching and a degree. Water cleaning is hard to do, they make it easier to collect and make the quality of water better and more convenient.

Chemist: Salary can be anywhere from $39,000-101,000 (varies in what you work in). All you need is a Chemistry degree. Chemists who are working with water are making sure if it has certain chemicals or substance that make it have a certain reaction.

Hydrologist: Yearly salary can be around $70,000. Many majors that include sciences, math and Hydrology classes will help you have this career. It’s simply the study of water, bodies of water, cycles, atmosphere, flow, etc.

Laboratory Technician: Depending what degree you have, paying can be varied from $24,400-$56,700. You can have either on job training or have an associate or bachelors degree of lab science, just depends how much you’re expecting a year. They help other kinds of scientists with the measure of how much of other substance is in the water.

Microbiologist: Yearly salary can run from $62,000-$63,000. You need some sort of (Micro)Biology, and some lab or Chemistry may be helpful. It is the study of life for micro-sized organisms. Seeing what bacteria or other objects are living in water.

Water Conservation Specialist: Yearly salary could not be found. A 4-year degree with sciences, engineering, and management/ planning. These people help find ways to save as much water as possible, making sure you use water that is needed, and less wasted.

Water Quality Specialist: Yearly earnings is not available. Any type of 4-year science degree will do. They study raw water and treated water, which is making sure the quality of natural earth and cleaned up water is safe for human health.

Water Resources Planner: Yearly salary is around $62,400. A 4- year college degree with engineering, planning, public safety, natural sciences, and experience with natural resources or water is required. They help come up with ideas and see what could be used to get more water to use and ways to gain more water.

Water Reclamation Specialist: Annual salary could not be found. What to need is a 4-year degree in engineering, science and/or economics. They help find ways to reuse water, and to clean it to do something new or different with it.

Pipe Fitter: Annual salary is around $47,000. On the job training or training on doing trading specialties is required. They form pipes, so when waste water leaves a building, the pipes take it to the waste collection.

Reservoir manager: Annual salary could not be found. You need either on the job training or a degree in management. It’s a man-made, temporally lake that is used to store waste water until it’s going to be clean.

Water Meter Reader: Makes around $35,600 a year. High School Diploma is required for the job. A Water Meter is a machine that tells the “reader” of how much the consumer has used in a certain period of time, so they can be billed by how much a household used.

Water and Waste-water Treatment Plant Operator: Yearly salary is usually about $40,700. Job requirements range from High School Diploma to intense associates degree with a Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA). Operators help take out the bigger things or substances that don’t make the water safe to use. They are also trained to do special cleanings if an emergency comes, like if too much water or  substances than usual.

Boat or Ship Captain: Depending on position or boat you’re working for, salaries can vary from $15,000- 63,900 a year. You need at least a degree in maritime and need really good sight for look out. Captains gives command and instruction so guide and make sure that the ship or boat are safe when sailing on water.

Chef: Yearly salary could not be found. Culinology is the “study of food.” You need at least a 2- year or community college degree. Also, you need to use water for cooking, cleaning and drinking and you need to do all that as you cook.

Lifeguard (summer job): Since being a lifeguard isn’t a year round type of job, paying can run from $7.44-$11.75 per hour. They can work at water parks, pools, lakes, or anywhere where water is used for swimming or entertainment. They can save lives when in trouble or take care of injuries. They’re making sure it’s safe while you have fun.

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