Job Search Websites
Careers in geology can offer an engaging lifestyle and a wide variety of opportunities. The following websites discuss career activities and the job placement and salary outlook for many subfields of geology.
American Geosciences Institute - Careers in Geosciences
Geological Society of America - Professional Development
American Geophysical Union Careers Center
Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Careers
Jobs in the Earth Sciences
Many of these listings will require advanced degrees, but this will provide you with a feel for the types of possibilities if you decide on this area for your career
(Federal Government Jobs)
State of Ohio Jobs Search
GSA Careers Resources
AEG Job Search
AAPG Jobs Search
Resource Personnel Oil & Gas Jobs (specialize in supplying professionals for field development teams to the upstream oil and gas industry worldwide)
The following websites discuss career activities and job and salary outlook in the various subfields of oceanography.
Sea Grant Marinecareers.net
American Geophysical Union- Careers in Science
Jobs in Oceanography - Many of these listings will require advanced degrees, but this will provide you with a feel for the types of possibilities if you decide on this area for your career:
Stanford University Listing of links to Marine Science Jobs
The Oceanography Society's job listing board
Job links at the Dalhousie University Department of Oceanography
Job Links at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric administration website
Careers in oceanography usually require an advanced degree (Masters or Ph.D.). A Bachelor's degree in science or math is considered an important qualification for embarking on graduate study in oceanography. Students doing graduate work in oceanography typically have undergraduate degrees in either biology, chemistry, geology, physics, mathematics or engineering.
Information about the degree requirements of the undergraduate and graduate programs in Geology at Kent State University are also available through the Kent State University Department of Geology.
Please feel free to talk with an undergraduate advisor in Geology or any of the Department of Geology faculty for more information.