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Posted by: Jay on 6/14/06 Title: Employment Advice
Postnum: 343 EntryID:1610
I was wondering if anyone could give me advice about what qualifications are needed to become an air quality technician or environmental sampling technician.

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Posted by: Pert on 6/16/06 Title: Re: Employment Advice
Postnum: 343 EntryID:1611
1- Mathmatics. 2- Chemistry. 3- MS Office basics.

Posted by: Jay on 6/22/06 Title: Re: Employment Advice
Postnum: 343 EntryID:1613
Thanks for the reply.

I have a degree in Biochemsitry would that be enough or are their any specific designations?

Posted by: christi on 7/11/06 Title: Re: Employment Advice
Postnum: 343 EntryID:1637
look on the website for environmental professionals http://www.yepcanada.ca/links.htm

Posted by: Envirogirl on 7/26/06 Title: Re: Employment Advice
Postnum: 343 EntryID:1658
FYI - you'd make more $$ working at Tim Hortons than sampling in the environmental field. Unless you are interested in working your way up in the industry, an environmental technician is a poor career move for a biochemist

Posted by: manish negi on 8/14/06 Title: Re: Employment Advice
Postnum: 343 EntryID:1704
I have done Msc Physics in 2005 and now i am doing post graduatye diploma couse in natural resource management. whats scope of it can anybody gives me sincere advice.


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